2nd Congressional District Nuclear War Awareness Town Hall


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Free - everyone welcome from everywhere! A review of the new nuclear arms race, costs, effects, and what Marylanders have done, are doing and can do about abolishing nuclear weapons, the only way to avoid a nuclear catastrophe. Please - join the adults in the room - let's talk about and act on it! Comments from organizations, candidates  and constituents welcome; response from Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger ................................ AGENDA: 6-6:30pm - Street-side Vigil in memory of 120-200,000 civilians killed 78 years ago with 2 US bombs in Hiroshima and Nagasaki ... 6:30-7pm - meet & greet ... 7-7:30 screening of film re US bomb test on Marshall Islands ... 7:30-8:30pm - presentations and comments ... 8:30-9pm - brainstorming: ideas welcome! Wrapping up with petitions and postcards to Congresspeople in support of H. Res. 77 (embracing goals of the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear War, and the Back From The Brink campaign). 410-499-8899 Sponsored by Prevent Nuclear War Maryland and the Hiroshima Nagasaki Comemmoration Committee. 

First & St. Stephen's U. C. C.
6915 York Road
Stoneleigh/Towson, MD 21212
United States

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