Hiroshima and Nagasaki Remembrance Events
Remembering Hiroshoma: Voices for Peace
Tuesday, August 9
To make peace a reality, it is vital not only to focus on the issues of today, but also to look to the past, seeking guidance from both those events that amplified the devastating effects of violence and those people that helped pave the way for peace.
Come together on Hiroshima Day to remember the victims of the atomic bombs and reaffirm our collective commitment to peace.
Hear dramatic readings of firsthand accounts of the bombing of Hiroshima written by children and performed by local students and learn more about how you can take action for peace locally.
Tuesday, August 6. A light reception will begin at 7:00 pm with the program starting at 7:30 at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta, 1911 Cliff Valley Way NE.
Remembering Hiroshima: Voices for Peace is the Second Annual Ed Arnold Commemoration presented by Georgia Women’s Action for New Directions and the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta Peace Network and Humanist Fellowship
Join Georgia WAND and Nuclear Watch South for this annual peace vigil and Rose Garden Ceremony in to remember victims of Nagasaki atomic bombing.
Seeds of Peace will be held in the Carter Center Rose Garden on August 9th at 7pm.
Gatherers will sing songs accompanied by guitars and accordions, and everyone can offer their own hopes and ideas for a future of peace. Poems, words and visuals are welcome.