Thu30Apr20157:30 pmThe Center for Remembering and Sharing, New York City
NAPF Director of Programs Rick Wayman will speak about the Marshall Islands' Nuclear Zero Lawsuits following a public screening of the documentary "Nuclear Savage: The Islands of Secret Project 4.1." Click here for a flyer.
Sat02May20158:00 pmThe New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th St, NYC
FEATURING DJ Spooky with the Nouveau Classical Project, Masaaki Tanokura, Sam Sadigursky, Jean Rohe, Anne Waldman with Fast Speaking Music, The Hibakusha Himawari and LaGuardia Arts High School choirs
WITH Joanna Macy, Tim Wright of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), Shigeko Sasamori, Yasuaki Yamashita & 2015 Nobel Peace Prize nominee Setsuko Thurlow
HOSTED BY Clifton Truman Daniel with remarks from Nagasaki Mayor Tomihisa Taue
DIRECTED by Linda S. Chapman
WRITTEN AND PRODUCED by Kathleen Sullivan & Robert Croonquist
ANIMATIONS by Amber Cooper Davies
PROJECTIONS by Pikadon Project
Sat02May20159:00 amPace University, New York City
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is a founding member of the Abolition 2000 Global Network to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons. Please join Abolition 2000 for its 20th anniversary Annual General Meeting on Saturday, May 2 from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm at Pace University in New York City. For more information and to register, visit www.abolition2000.org.
Sun17May2015Wed20May20159:00 amWashington, DC
Please join NAPF representatives at the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability's 2015 DC Days. Activists from all around the United States will converge on Washington, DC, for one day of issue/lobbying training and three days of lobbying on key nuclear issues. For more information and to register, visit www.ananuclear.org/dcdays.
Sun25Oct20155:30 pmCoral Casino, 1260 Channel Dr., Santa Barbara, CA 93108
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation will honor Setsuko Thurlow with the NAPF Distinguished Peace Leadership Award at the 33rd Annual Evening for Peace on October 25, 2015, in Santa Barbara, California.
Setsuko was 13 years old when the United States dropped an atomic bomb on her city of Hiroshima. Ms. Thurlow, like other Hibakusha, (atomic bomb survivors), through years of struggle for survival and literally rebuilding lives from ashes, has made it her life’s work to tell the story of what happened that day so that “…no human being should ever have to repeat our experience of the inhumane, immoral and cruel atomic bombing.” For seventy years and throughout the world, Setsuko has spoken of the horrors of nuclear weapons and the moral imperative to abolish them if we are to ensure a safe and peaceful world for our children and grandchildren. “I am committed to share the warning of Hiroshima until my last breath.”
For more information on this event, contact NAPF at (805) 965-3443.