Women. Power. Peace.

Seeds of Peace Hiroshima and Nagasaki Remembrance Events

Visions and Voices of Peace

Saturday, August 6, 2-4:40 pm ~ King Center, Freedom Hall ~ 449 Auburn Avenue

We know that to make peace a reality, we must 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. This event, on the 66th anniversary of the atomic bomb at Hiroshima, will feature a light reception, screening film clips from Hibakusha: Our Life to Live with a Q & A with director, David Rothauser, dramatic readings of firsthand accounts from children survivors of the atomic bombs done by local students, music, spoken word poetry by Alice Lovelace and Theresa Davis, a photo exhibition of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and more! Free and open to the public. For more information contact Courtney Hanson, Courtney@wand.org, 404.524.5999

DIRECTIONS: The event will be in Freedom Hall in the auditorium. Location is  449 Auburn Avenue NE, Atlanta, GA 30312,  the building runs parallel to Boulevard NE and sits at the east end of the King Center's reflecting pool. Limited parking is available off Auburn Avenue, behind the reflecting pools,  between Historic Ebenezer Church and the King Center. There is a driveway between Historic Ebenezer Church and the Freedom Hall Plaza area.

Hibakusha: Our Life to Live Screening and Director Talk

Sunday, August 7, 1:30-3:45 ~ Atlanta Friends Meeting House ~ 701 W Howard Ave. Decatur

David Rothausers's 80 minute documentary, Hibakusha, Our Life to Live, probes the life stories of Japanese, Korean and American survivors of sheer  terror; the atomic bomb attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. See the documentary, made to keep their memory alive, as an active contribution to a world where peoples of all races may embrace life as a precious gift and no longer live in the fear of nuclear annihilation.  After the screening, hear  from Rothauser himself  and join the discussion in a Q and A . Free and open to the public with RSVP, send to Courtney@wand.org

Nagasaki Remembrance

Tuesday, August 9, 7 - 8:30pm ~ Carter Center Rose Garden ~ 441 Freedom Parkway

Gathering in the Rose Garden to share hopes, ideals, songs and dances – to envision a world free from the threat of nuclear destruction! Free and open to the public. For more info call Glenn Carol at 404.378.4263 or visit www.nonukesyall.org


Contact Us

Georgia WAND Education Fund, Inc.

250 Georgia Avenue SE
Suite 202
Atlanta, GA 30312

404-524-5999 - phone


Georgia WAND is funded by:

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