RICHLAND, Wash. - The nation's largest youth network of activists for nuclear weapons abolition was in town.
Think Outside the Bomb is a national youth-led network that teaches people about the nuclear weapons policy in the U.S. The group met with about 12 people Wednesday night at the Richland Public Library.
Their goal is to educate people while singing songs and displaying art.
The group is currently on a 3-month national tour. The tour will continue on to Seattle Thursday evening.