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LEST WE FORGET
They survived, but most of the dead were women and children
since many of the men were in the military, distant from home.
Free America's political prisoners!
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Friday, Aug. 5, SCHENECTADY: A demonstration to commemorate the nuclear obliteration of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and to demand the abolition of nuclear weapons and power is scheduled for 12 noon at the corner of State St. and Erie Blvd. Join Schenectady Neighbors for Peace in remembering the horrific loss of life and continued threat of nuclear disaster. Bring signs, banners, artwork, puppets, etc. to make the statement that we must work together to avert further nuclear deaths and disaster. Information, Elaine Klein <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Saturday, Aug. 6, ALBANY: As part of the Hiroshima-Nagasaki observances, there will be a public reading of John Hersey’s classic 1946 book Hiroshima from 11a.m.-3 p.m. in Townsend Park, Henry Johnson Blvd. and Central Ave. The public is encouraged to join in the reading. Those interested in reading can sign up to participate when they arrive. Please bring folding chairs. The event is free and public. Rain site is the Social Justice Center, 33 Central Ave. Sponsored by the Poetry Motel Foundation, the Tom Paine Chapter Veterans for Peace, Upper Hudson Peace Action, Bethlehem Neighbors for Peace. Information contact Dan Wilcox, 482-0262, email@example.com.