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ICAN Jul 30
The Hibakusha weren’t the only survivors of the atomic bombings of and . Out of the rubble, a variety of objects were discovered: symbols of the unimaginable physical effects of nuclear weapons and of resilience. 🎥: ICAN |
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IFRC Jul 31
Ahead of the 75th anniversary of and nuclear bomb attacks, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement urges all nations to end the nuclear era. "No nation is prepared to deal with a nuclear confrontation.”
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Beatrice Fihn Aug 3
From the bomb to the ban. Our new page takes you on a journey with the survivors of and from the moment the bomb dropped to the negotiating of the treaty. Visit it here:
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Women's Action for New Directions - WAND 3m
75 yrs after the atomic bombings of & , survivors are speaking truth to power. This anniversary, millions are standing in solidarity w/ survivors & committing to a 🌏 rid of nuclear weapons. Will you sign your name & join us?
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Outrider Foundation 23h
75 years ago, the world changed. Can we learn from the past to build a better future? Join us to make nuclear weapons history:
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Kenneth W. Harmon Aug 1
In the Realm of Ash and Sorrow is available to purchase on Amazon. Kindle on sale for $ 2.99
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Dr Becky Alexis-Martin 🏙️✒️ 8h
It's the anniversary of on 6th August. I was there, in the peace park, three years ago. These are my thoughts.
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Donald 🌊 Aug 3
pilot of the Enola Gay - Only 140,000 dead by December 1945
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Dont Bank on the Bomb Scotland ☮️ Aug 3
Scotland's First Minister has confirmed the Scottish government's rejection of nuclear weapons and support for the Treaty in a letter to survivor Setsuko Thurlow☮️
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Unseen Japan @ BLM だよ 39m
As Japan marks 75 years since the devastating attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the last generation of nuclear bomb survivors are working to ensure their message lives on after them.
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Japan Australia 6h
Never get tired of riding the Shinkansen 🚅 High speed travel at its finest. Heading to Hiroshima Prefecture for three days.
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Japan Australia 3h
A night shot of Fukuyama Castle in Hiroshima Prefecture. The spacious park that surrounds the castle is open at night with several of the castle structures illuminated. 🏯
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爪ᎥᖇᎩმ爪 8m
Hypocenter / Flag of By Pete Kreiner. 75 years. ~ August 6, 1945 ~
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The Almanac Aug 1
The first week in August will mark the 75th anniversaries of the United States dropping nuclear bombs on the Japanese cities of and . Several local organizations are offering ways to remember and reflect on these somber milestones:
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Paprika Girl Jul 29
Reading now. A delicate tale of the survivors and aftermath, not just science and politics. Heartbreaking, and poignant.
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PSR Nuclear Weapons Abolition Aug 1
Check out the incredible line up of speakers participating in the national virtual events commemorating the 75th anniversary of the bombings of and : August 6: August 9:
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Christian CND Aug 2
We have had nearly 150 Christian leaders from around the country join us in remembering the bombings of and and to say 'Never Again' - read more
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Religions for Peace 21h
Join us 8/6 and 8/9 for the 75th Anniversary of the tragic and bombs, as we call for nuclear disarmament in partnership with civic and interfaith world leaders! See our plea:
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Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace (WCC) 21h
"Open wounds: French nuclear tests at Moruroa and Fangataufa, Ma’ohi Nui 1966-1996" - read the 6th blog post of our series on the 75th anniversary of the nuclear bombings in and
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Chris Griffith 2h
We are proud to launch the updated today! It is perfect resource to learn about the atomic age; from Hiroshima to present day.
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