Nuclear Weapons and Peace

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70 Years of Nuclear Weapons - At What Cost?

Thursday, August 6, 2015 - 8:00am

People of all ages who desire peace and the true security of a world without nuclear weapons will gather to raise our voices for the global abolition of nuclear weapons.

Disarmament/nuclear weapons aboliton

An A-to-Z listing of resources.

Surviving the Nuclear Bomb

Wednesday, October 26, 2011 - 7:00pm

Surviving the Nuclear Bomb  - Junko Kayashige was at school in her first grade class in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb was dropped in 1945.  She was just a mile from the epicenter of the nuclear blast.  Today she is an an artist and an internationally known activist for peace.  Please come and hear her story. The event is free and all are welcome.  Sponsored by AFSC and NH Peace Action.

Peace in Asia and the Pacific Agenda

Agenda –Peace in Asia and the Pacific: Alternatives to Asia-Pacific Militarization

9/15 draft

The Hiroshima Art of Junko Kayashige


The painting "Faces" by Junko Kayashige

Watch the slideshow: The Hiroshima Art of Junko Kayashige  

Junko Kayashige Artist Statement

I am a Hibakusha [A-Bomb witness/victim]. When I was six years old, the A-bomb was dropped. I saw the B-29 bomber above my head as was 1.3 kilometers (1 mile) from the

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