Hiroshima 60 Years



On August 6, 1945, 140,000 people were killed by a single bomb at Hiroshima.
Another 70,000 were killed three days later in Nagasaki. About 90,000 others died
later in both cities. The bombs were built at Los Alamos.


This year, sixty years later, we will gather in Los Alamos at Ashley Pond Park on
August 6th to say "Never again!" This will be an historic event. Many
of the endorsing organizations, and over 20 speakers, presenters and
performers are participating.


Join activists and concerned citizens from New Mexico and throughout the U.S. at
Los Alamos to oppose nuclear weapons research and production and to make a
commitment to work for a political culture based on the dignity of the human person
rather than the violent politics of fear, hate, greed, and war.


The day's tone will be nonviolent in word and deed. Our aims are education,
awareness, beauty and the display of nonviolent solidarity and power.


Hiroshima 60
Over 130 Endorsing Organizations
Sign the Call for Nuclear Disarmament


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