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Ariel Gold אריאל #JewsAgainstFascism ☮️🔥✡️ Aug 6
75-years ago today, the US became the only country (still) to use nuclear weapons in an attack. Today, we continue to build up our omnicidal arsenal & we support the one & only state in the Mid East (no, not Iran) w nuclear weapons. This , the world calls for a ban
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Morgan Gay Aug 6
New Zealand Prime Minister in speech calls on all countries to join New Zealand in signing the Treaty. It’s long past time the government put an end to the empty rhetoric & signed the treaty.
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SHINOBI-03 🦖 Aug 6
We knew the world would not be the same... A few people laughed, a few people cried... Most people were silent...
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Quakers in Britain Aug 6
Today is the 75th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima. This is a time for remembrance, reflection and action. We must rid the world of nuclear weapons.
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மீரா🥀🌻🌺 Aug 6
. On this day in 1945, the US committed one the worst atrocious in human history when it dropped a nuclear weapon on the center of the Japanese city of Hiroshima, killing over 140,000 people.
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#AdivasiLivesMatter Aug 6
This week, the entire country and even Times Square, New York were lit in the orange color of Ram worship. If India cares so much about places of worship, then why is the temple - Jaherthan of Adivasis in Jadugoda, Jharkhand drowning in nuclear waste?
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Diana☀️ Aug 6
The bomb was not only dropped on the citizens of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It was dropped on the whole humanity. Saturo Konishi
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Natasha 🌈 ‏ نتاشا Aug 6
平和/ peace Folding paper cranes Slipping in every fold Dreams of peace and hope
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☆😎 ꎇꋪꍏꈤꀘ꒒ꀤꈤ ꋪꀎꀤꁴ ꁅ ✊💢 Aug 6
| 75 years ago, on August 6, 1945, the United States Army dropped an atomic bomb "Little Boy" on the city of , that killed more than 200,000 people.
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In Def. of Communism Aug 7
"I come and stand at every door But none can hear my silent tread I knock and yet remain unseen For I am dead for I am dead...." "The Little Girl of ", Poem by the Turkish communist poet Nazim Hikmet:
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The Peace Museum Aug 6
Today marks 75 years since the Bombing of Hiroshima that killed over 100,000 people. Read the following blog featuring objects from our collection, local campaigns and the inspiring story of Sadako Sasaki
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CND Peace Education Aug 6
If you're interested in teaching about, or sharing, the story of the bombing, we're happy to endorse this digital collage: 'The Mistake'. The 15-minute video should prove engaging for students, and depicts multiple sides of the bombings!
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⭐Nereide🪐 Aug 6
On and 9, 1945 atomic bombings of and happened. I propose the reading of 'The Day of the Bomb' (1961)- in German 'Sadako Will Leben', meaning Sadako Wants to Live- a nonfiction book by the Austrian author Karl Bruckner.
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AISF Aug 6
AISF National Council is observing 6th August, the day of Hiroshima bombing with the slogan "Say No to War, March for Peace".
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Tommy Sheridan Aug 6
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Barnet Transformed Aug 6
Today marks 75 years since the US used nuclear weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, dropping two atomic bombs that killed at least 140,000 people and decimating the region for decades. There is no place for such weapons of war in a just and fair society.
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leyla cardns Aug 6
Loved today rewatching the episode Nukes ✨ talking with the sweetest man, survivor of such horrors.🙏
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Studio 63 Aug 6
Japan marked 75 years since the Hiroshima attack on Thursday,with pandemic forcing a scaling back of ceremonies to remember the victims.Survivors, relatives and a handful of foreign dignitaries attended this year's main event in Hiroshima.
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Amey Bandodkar Aug 6
in 1945, 75years ago today an atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima Japan. Pictures I clicked at Hiroshima in January 2020
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Stop the War Aug 6
speaking at the Peace Garden in Islington on the 75th anniversary of the U.S nuclear bombing of Hiroshima. Check out the full speech on his social pages. Raise your voices for peace ✊🏽
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