AFSC's Arnie Alpert plays a pivotal role in many of the peace movement initiatives in NH. Here he is broadening the discussion to include issues and events at and about the Vermont Yankee nuclear plant as well as those associated with Seabrook Station.
Peace in Asia and the Pacific: Alternatives to Asia-Pacific Militarization Campaign/Movement Building Panel (Oct. 21, 19:30-) Campaign for a Total Ban on Nuclear Weapons (shorter version) Hiroshi TAKA – Japan Council against A and H Bombs
First of all, let me express my gratitude to the organizers for inviting me to this important conference and allowing me to speak before you.
Junko speaks widely about her experiences and opposition to nuclear weapons across Japan and has traveled to a number of countries for this purpose, including to Egypt (to help teach rising members of its foreign service) and Korea, as well as here in the U.S. She was a keynote speaker at the national peace studies association conference a few years ago. Her art provides her another way to powerfully communicate the grave dangers and immediate personal impacts of nuclear weapons. She will show a slide show or some of her art as part of her presentation.
September 21: exhibit
“Remembering Hiroshima, Imagining Peace 2011” (including art, political cartoon
and Japanese comic books) opens at CMU, 4th floor of Hunt Library. Dessert
reception at 4:30 pm at Maggie Murph Café, first floor. Through November 18.
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