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Please join us for a special program, Atomic West, which explores the dangers of nuclear technologies in the western United States.
When: Friday, July 26th, 7:00 PM (not Sunday as we incorrectly stated in the email alert)
Where: Augustana Lutheran Church, 2710 NE 14th Avenue in Portland
Featuring local speakers from No Nukes NW, Native American perspectives, peace activists, and Fukushima survivor Chikako Nishiyama, one of 160,000 refugees from the March 11th, 2011 Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster.
This program opens the annual Interfaith Peace Walk that begins in Portland and travels throughout Oregon and Washington (including Hood River, Richland, the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, Seattle, and ending on August 11th at the Ground Zero Center for Nonviolent Action in Poulsbo, WA).
Also, please join the beginning of the annual Interfaith Peace Walk on Saturday, July 27th at 8:30 AM at the Japanese American Historical Plaza (NW Naito Parkway and Couch Street in Portland). All are welcome to join for a few hours, few days, or to complete the entire 210 mile walk.
For the full Interfaith Peace Walk schedule, please download the event flyer.
For questions, please contact Senji Kanaeda at 206-780-6739.
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