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.
Vigil in remembrance of those who have died as a result of nuclear technology, by the river in back of the building at 6 Loudon Rd. All welcome. Bring wildflowers or garden flowers. Sponsored by NH Peace Action.
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.
Wednesday, September 1, 2010 (All day) - Thursday, September 30, 2010 (All day)
The Children's Museum in conjunction with the work of Remembering Hiroshima: Imaginging Peace 2010 will be hosting a month long series of peace related art events. For more information go to their webpage: www.pittsburghkids.org
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