Sunday, August 8, 2010

Remember Nagasaki today and evaluate where we are and where we have come from

So here is the program for Hiroshima Nagasaki Day Sunday

Hiroshima Nagasaki Program 2010
6:00 – Procession from Arkansas and Lafayette
Peace Crane Parade Marshall – Hank & Joann Kaminsky
7:00 – Opening Program, and greeting – Joe Neal, Emcee
At Fulbright Peace Fountain
Music: Kelly & Donna, Still on the Hill
Presentation: Karen Takemoto: “The Personal Impact of War One Generation Later”
Music: Don & Scott
Poem: Into the sunlight they marched (from Bruce Weigl, "Elegy")
Music: Amy Edie
Brief reading from Hiroshima (from John Hersey)
Music: Steve and the Recliners
Brief closing in honor of all victims of war

8:30 – Special Video Underground presentation at OMNI Center
“White Light / Black Rain” stories of the survivors of Hiroshima-Nagasaki
refreshments and beverages served

And here's a description of "White Light / Black Rain" to encourage you to come see it after the program. Besides, this is where the cool refreshments will be.

White Light/Black Rain:
The Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
August 8, 8:30 pm
OMNI Center
Refreshments and cold beverages served

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