Hiroshima 60 Years


Hiroshima 60 Years: It started here - let's stop it here
Ashley Pond Park, Los Alamos
August 6, 2005


8:00a - 10:00a

Pax Christi: Sackcloth and Ashes witness

10:00a - 12:00p Section 1: Speakers, Musicians, Poets

Rev. John Dear, Pax Christi
Ed Grothus, Los Alamos Peace Activist
Robert Hoyt, Indiana songwriter and performer
Mr. Koji Ueda and Ms. Masako Hashida, hibakusa (A-bomb survivors)
David Krieger, founder and president of Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
Janice Mirikitani, Poet Laureate of San Francisco
Jim Page, Seattle songwriter and performer
Gilbert Sanchez, former Governor of San Ildefonso Pueblo
Kathy Sanchez, founder of Tewa Women United
Alice Slater, president of Global Resource Action Center for the Environment

12:00p - 2:00p

Section 2: Sunflower Pageant, Dancers, Speakers (bring a sack lunch!)

  David Bacon, Santa Fe alternative energy consultant, 2002 gubernatorial candidate
Ramsey Clark (audio statement), former U.S. Attorney General
David Coss and Miguel Chavez, Santa Fe City Councilors
Cuauhtemoc-Aztec Dancers
Tad Daley, former issues director for the Dennis Kucinich campaign
Embudo Paz Players: A Time for Healing
Willem Malten, filmmaker and Santa Fe business owner
Carol Miller, New Mexico Green Party
Jeane Pahls, Nukes out of Duke City
Presetation of letters to Los Alamos from the mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
2:00p - 6:00p Section 3: Music and Poetry in the Park, Workshops
  Robert Hoyt, songwriter and performer
Peter Neils, songwriter and performer
Mary Oishi, Albuquerque poet
Jim Page, songwriter and performer
Danni Solis, Albuquerque poet
William Witherup, Seattle poet
Workshop on the History of the Nuclear Era, Community Building
Workshop on Building a Post-Nuclear Economy, Senior Citizen Center
6:00p - 7:30p Sack Dinner in the Park (or at nearby restaraunts)
7:30p - 9:00p Section 4: Candle Lantern Ceremony, Music and Poetry

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