This article was originally published in Common Dreams. By Emilie Clark Last year, I joined a small group of activists in Staten Island, NY to march in remembrance of the nuclear bombings of [...]
Washington, D.C. — August 6, 2018 — Seventy-three years ago, on August 6, 1945, the U.S. dropped the first nuclear bomb ever used in war on the city of Hiroshima, killing an estimated 80,000 [...]
Washington, D.C. — August 4, 2017 — On August 6, 1945, the U.S. dropped the first nuclear bomb ever used in war on the city of Hiroshima, killing an estimated 80,000 people instantly. On August [...]
Hiroshima, Japan — August 6, 2015 — On the 71st Anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombings (August 6th and 9th), Paul Kawika Martin, the senior director for policy and political affairs for the [...]
Led by Senators Ed Markey (D-MA) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), two of the Senate’s strongest proponents of nuclear nonproliferation, 10 Senators sent a letter to President Obama encouraging him to [...]
For Immediate Release: May 27, 2016 Contact: Paul Kawika Martin, Peace Action, 951-217-7285 cell, firstname.lastname@example.org Peace Action Praises Obama’s Hiroshima Visit; Pushes for [...]
As President Obama prepares to become the first sitting President to visit Hiroshima, the site where the first atomic bomb was used in war, over fifty religious leaders have signed a letter [...]
- Pressenza - Over Seventy Prominent Scholars and Activists Call on Obama to Take Concrete Action in Hiroshima[…] Today’s letter follows a similar ...
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There is still time before he leaves office for President Barack Obama to reduce the danger of nuclear weapons, as he advocated in his Prague speech in 2009. Working with our Japanese [...]
Hiroshima, Japan — August 5, 2015 — On the 70th Anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombings (August 6th and 9th), Paul Kawika Martin, the policy and political director of the United State’s largest [...]