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Northwest Pacific Peace Walk, Tacoma, Lake Forest Park, Seattle, Poulsbo

August 5 - August 8

Aug 5 - 8, Pacific NW PEACE WALK FOR NUCLEAR FREE WORLD AND RACIAL JUSTICE 2020, events Tacoma, Lake Forest Park, Seattle, Poulsbo   SCHEDULE  August 5 Wed. 9AM, Tacoma Catholic Worker, 1415 S. G St., Tacoma (11 miles) August 6 Thu. 11AM, Lake Forest Park City Hall – 230PM Bath House Theatre, Green Lake, Seattle (7 miles) August 8 Sat. 9AM Chief Seattle’s Grave,7076 NE South St. Suquamish – 3:30PM: Arrive at Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Acion, 16159 Clear Creek Rd., Poulsbo (13 miles) All are welcome to join the walk. We will provide lunches. Please phone or email if you would like to join us or have questions.   CONTACT Rev. Senji Kanaeda, Nipponzan Myohoji Bainbridge Island Dojo, 6154 Lynwood Ctr. Rd. NE Bainbridge Island WA 98110, 206-780-6739, 206-724-7632(cell.) http://nipponzan.org/wordpress

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From Hiroshima to Hope, online and at home

August 6
online and at home

HIROSHIMA DAY OBSERVANCE Traditionally an outdoor event at Greenlake in Seattle with music, speakers, and the beloved lantern floating ceremony - changed due to the pandemic.   From Hiroshima to Hope (FHTH) sadly announces cancellation of our in-person event in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.   Please join From Hiroshima to Hope in marking the 75th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August with these 2 projects:   75 Years and Counting: From Hiroshima to Hope –   A Film Streaming Thursday, August 6, 2020 Featuring performances and readings by Troy Osaki, Seattle Kokon Taiko, Nikki Nojima Louis and Carletta Carrington Wilson. The film also includes interviews with hibakusha, atomic bombing survivors, and traditional koto music by Marcia Takamura, and shakuhachi flute by James Jennings, along with beautiful images of candle-lit lanterns floating on Green Lake. Still Here 75 years after the nuclear bombings at Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the survivors and the weapons are still here.  See film Aug. 6 at http://fromhiroshimatohope.org/ or http://www.hiroshimanagasaki75.org   Window Peace Lanterns — Join us in creating your own lantern to display in your window August 6 – 9 2020. More here: http://fromhiroshimatohope.org/window-lanterns/   FHTH thanks our sponsors City of Seattle Office of Arts & Culture, the Abe Keller Peace Education Fund, and Seattle Hiroshima Club for making these projects possible.

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