On August 9, 2022, the 77th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation held its 28th annual Sadako Peace Day. The evening event, held once again in the Sadako Peace Garden at La Casa de Maria, was an opportunity for reflection, music, and poetry. Our President, Dr. Ivana Nikolić Hughes made a keynote address about the humanitarian consequences of nuclear weapons use and testing. She stressed that “taking to heart Sadako’s message of love and peace, NAPF is proud to continue in its mission for a peaceful world, one that is free of nuclear weapons.” Dr. Jimmy Hara, a member of our Board, shared his perspective as a Japanese American born in a relocation camp in the United States, adding more details about Sadako’s inspiring life and radiation’s detrimental impacts on people. Sandy Jones and Hal Maynard performed two original songs, one about the Marshallese people and another about the Uvalde school shooting. Emma Trelles, Sojourner Kincaid Rolle, Father Larry Gosselin, and Perie Longo shared their poetry and the poetry of David Krieger, our Co-Founder and President Emeritus, reminding us of the need to care for each other and for our mother Earth.