Hiroshima A-Bomb Survivor Junko Kayashige holds picture of her 1945 family
Humans and nuclear weapons cannot co-exist.
This start judgment begins an opinion article by the AFSC's Shan Cretin and Joseph Gerson on the urgency for action by President Obama and the U.S. Senate, on the occasion of the 11th Annual Nobel Peace Laureates Summit next month in Hiroshima Japan.
Dr Yuli Miyamoto, Assistant Professor at De Paul University of Chicago's Peace , justice and Conflict Studies Program will speak on the issue of abolishment of nuclear weapons. Dr Miyamoto is a second generation survivor of the bombing of Hiroshima.
The event will be at Carnegie Mellon University room to be announced.
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In preparation for the 65th anniversary of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, PMR's Peace-building program is asking you to sign and send these postcards to your Congressional Representatives and Senators.
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