The Single Cry of the Survivors to the World:
“Never Again Must Nuclear Weapons Be Used By Anyone”
Let Us Walk Together
Hearing the Cry of Survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Let us take up Their Single, Universally True Cry.
Let us move with the majority of the world who has clearly called for the abolition of all nuclear weapons. Only nine nuclear-armed nations cling to their unconscionable weapons of mass destruction.
Let us transform the energy of fear and almighty violence to an energy of coming together to create a new civilization — one which nurtures community, which supports everyone’s life.
Let us find way to live in harmony with the Earth in order to quickly mitigate the destruction brought on by the human-made climate crisis.
The New England Peace Pagoda’s Annual Hiroshima-Nagasaki Walk
NA MU MYO HO REN GE KYO
The ANNUAL HIROSHIMA-NAGASAKI COMMEMORATIVE WALK
will begin Tuesday August 4, continuing to Sunday, August 9th .
Below is our daily itinerary for the five days of the Annual Hiroshima-Nagasaki Commemorative Walk August 4-August 9th, days of walking that are rich with observance and sharing.
Please Join with us whenever, however, and wherever you can.
Day 1: TUESDAY, AUGUST 4th
Leverett Peace Pagoda to Leverett Town Hall
9:00 am Meet at the Peace Pagoda for Opening Circle
9:30 am: Begin walk
11;30 am Arrive Leverett Town Hall for brief program
3:30 pm Shuttle to Concord, MA for those who have a stay place.
Day 2: WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5th:
Concord, Lexington, Arlington, Cambridge
9:00 am Meet at the North Bridge Parking area
9:30 am Begin walk to Walden Pond,arrive 10:1 am
11:00am Shuttle/ Walk to Arlington Center
12:30 pm Lunch in Arlington ( location tba)
2:00 pm Walk to University Lutheran Church, Cambridge
7:00 pm Vigil “Never Again” outside church
Hibaku Maria 7:30pm “Hibaku Maria” Evening Program
presented by John and Carrie Schuchardt,
sponsored by Massachusetts Peace Action (Presentation inside church.)
DAY 3: THURSDAY, AUGUST 6: Cambridge to Boston, MA
9:00 am Begin Walk from University Lutheran Church, Cambridge
9:30 am Cambridge Peace Commission, Cambridge City Hall
10:00 am Walk to Albany Avenue
11:30 am Prayer Vigil
DAY 4: SATURDAY EVENING August 8: 7:00 pm FILM PREMIER
THE NEW HIBAKUSHA,
produced and directed by Jesse Barret Mills,
a local film maker and longtime friend of the Peace Pagoda
Day 5: SUNDAY, AUGUST 9 : Amherst – Northampton
1:00 pm: Amherst First Congregational Church
2:00 pm Walk to Northampton
5:00pm pm ARRIVE McConnell Hall, Smith College
7:00 pm Hiroshima Nagasaki 70th Anniversary Remembrance, McConnell Hall
8:00 pm LANTERN Float Paradise Pond, Smith College
For more detail on how you can participate, email email@example.com or call Tim at 413-485-8469
For more details, to join the walk, or to support the walk in your community, contact Tim Bullock:
413-485-8469 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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