A single nuclear bomb, whether fired by a country or by a single terrorist, would wipe out a whole city, state or even a country and all its people.
We remember Hiroshima and Nagasaki August, 1945
Join us on August 6, 2018, 7 p.m, at the Promenade on Kavanaugh
- Steve Copley, Director, Faith Voices Arkansas
- Tristan Norman, Delegate to Hendrix Tomoda Kakehashi, Japan
- Denise Donnell, Just Communities of Arkansas
- Michael Vaughn, Veteran, Iraq and Afghanistan
- Frank LeBlanc, Pastor, Westover Hills Presbyterian Church
- Kai Coggin, author and poet, Hot Springs
- Arkansas Coalition for Peace and Justice
- Faith Voices Arkansas
- Arkansas Women’s Action for New Directions
- Just Communities of Arkansas
- 2018 Hendrix Tomoda Kakehashi delegation to Japan
“It is time to abolish nuclear weapons, for the very survival of humanity is at stake.” – Ved Nanda, Director, Ved Nanda Center for International Law, University of Denver Sturm College of Law.