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    God’s Tears: Reflections on the Atomic Bombs Dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki

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    By David Krieger Tadatoshi Akiba, Mayor of Hiroshima, said of this book: "Nuclear weapons have done enough damage. The tragedy that Hiroshima and Nagasaki have experienced must never happen to anyone anywhere ever again. In this book, David Krieger has combined reason, passion, and aesthetic skill to convey this fundamental message of the hibakusha. In a few carefully crafted, poetic pages, he presents facts and feelings that reaffirm a profound truth: the only constructive mission of nuclear weapons lies in their total abolition. Krieger has made a significant contribution to that end."  
  • Edited by David Krieger and Frank Kelly. Each of us can make a difference. Citizens pushed Congress into creating a United States Institute for Peace. Citizens advocating arms reductions paved the way for the INF treaty signed by President Reagan and General Secretary Gorbachev. Citizens are alerting governments to take more steps to prevent an accidental nuclear war.  
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    Special event recognition Sponsorship of event location and promotion Help us cover the costs of this event by contributing towards venue and reception costs, as well as the promotional and event materials, including a booklet consisting of remarks about David Krieger from notable figures from around the world and David's poetry. (Payable also by check to the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation; Please mail to 1622 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101)
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    Today Is Not a Good Day for War

    Original price was: $15.95.Current price is: $11.16.
    By David Krieger "These poems touch a deep chord of hope in the human spirit. They inspire us to believe that peace is not an impossible dream." - Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu, Nobel Peace Laureate  
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    Special event recognition Provides sponsorship of a David Krieger Summer Internship. We are excited to announce that we will introduce a David Krieger Summer Internship in 2024. This will be a paid internship for one or more outstanding college students, providing them with an opportunity to be immersed in the nuclear disarmament field and helping to equip them with practical skills to support non-profit organizations. Sponsors will have a chance to meet the intern that they are sponsoring and to learn about their experience. (Payable also by check to the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation; Please mail to 1622 Anacapa Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101)
  • A vital tool for building our future, this work is both eye-opening and inspiring. Alice Walker sums it up well in her assertion that “Dream of a Nation offers hundreds of ideas and examples of how smart, committed, and daring we can be.” Offering a laser-focus on solutions, Dream of a Nation restores faith that we can solve our current looming environmental, economic and societal challenges.  
  • By David Krieger and Daisaku Ikeda. Choose Hope puts forth the profound proposition that ordinary people can and must lead their leaders to a globally secure future. We can end the threat of nuclear devastation if we choose to do so.
  • Edited by David Krieger. The contributors to this volume provide historical perspective on nuclear weapons policy; explore the role of international law in furthering the prospects of nuclear weapons abolition; consider the obstacles to abolition; present a path to achieving a nuclear weapons-free world; and look beyond abolition to consider issues of post-abolition sovereignty and general and complete disarmament. The goal of a nuclear weapons-free world can be awakened by an engaged citizenry bringing pressure from below in demanding action from political leaders. This book contributes to this awakening and engagement.  
  • Edited by Richard Falk and David Krieger. This book focuses on an even more urgent and “inconvenient truth” than global warming. At the nuclear precipice, humanity’s choices are catastrophe or transformation. This book explores the present nuclear predicament, and how to step away from the precipice and assure humanity’s future. It examines the intersections between international law and national policies; and between nuclear proliferation, nuclear terrorism and nuclear disarmament. The book offers a way out if policy makers of leading countries can summon the vision and political will to move in a new direction.  

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