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Mindful of COVID-19, with masks and social distancing, PeaceWorks-KC is holding a one-mile walk and then rally for a nuclear-weapon-free world this Memorial Day, May 31.
We’ll gather at 10:30 a.m. at Prospect Avenue and Mo. Hwy. 150, parking on Prospect. Jim Hannah will welcome us, uplift us, as we begin our one-mile trek on the public sidewalk, alongside the new plant for making/procuring parts for nuclear weapons.
We’ll carry a flag for each country (54 and counting!) that has ratified the now-in-force Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. “The Ban Treaty is so hopeful, so miraculous,” says Ann Suellentrop. “The beautiful flags from countries all over the world call to mind the hibakusha (survivors of the 1945 nuclear bomb attacks), the indigenous, the downwinders, and indeed the majority of nations that demand an end to this nuclear madness!”
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