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Annual Commemoration, Hiroshima Day

August 5, 2012
Princeton, New Jersey

Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Robertson Hall, Princeton University.

Picnic at Scudder Plaza (adjacent to Woodrow Wilson School) followed by a program at Dodds Auditorium. Speakers include “Nuclear Famine: A Billion People at Risk” by Andrew Kanter, president of Physicians for Social Responsibility; and Yuichi Yokoyama, grandson of a survivor of the atomic bombings. Panel on nuclear weapons in South Africa includes Pervez Hoodbhoy, professor of physics, Quaid-e-Azam University; A.H. Nayyar, professor of physics, Lahore University; M.V. Ramana, physicist, Nuclear Futures Laboratory; and Zia Mian, director of Project for Peace and Security in South Asia. Music by the Solidarity Singers of the New Jersey Industrial Union Council. Picnic will be canceled if raining.

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