Hiroshima / Nagasaki Peace Committee
of the National Capital Area
c/o Proposition One Committee
P.O. Box 27217
Washington, DC 20038

Letter from Louise and John

2000 Hiroshima/Nagasaki

19th Annual Hiroshima Remembrance

Saturday, August 5, 2000, 6:30 PM Lincoln Memorial

o Community Speakers, Music by Mary Sue Twohie, Ray Korona, and Perry King
o Moment of Silence at 7:15 PM (Instant of Hiroshima's Death)
o Testimony from A-Bomb Survivors (Hibakusha) & Other Radiation Victims
o Children's Program o Memorial Candle lantern Float At Dusk

Nagasaki Commemoration

Tuesday, August 8, 7:30 PM Jo Butler Community Center,
2437 Fifteenth Street NW

o Hibakusha Testimony
o Music by Rachel and Jaqui
o Unveiling of Memorial Peace Statue for Radiation Victims

Related activities
August 5
o Panel Discussion about Sanctions on Iraq; 3-5:45PM, Saint Aloysious
Church (North Capitol and "I" Streets(Raed Battah 202-543-1062)
August 6
o March & Rally to end Sanctions Against Iraq, Lincoln Memorial, Noon
Non-Violent White House Protest on August 7 (Raed Battah 202-543-106)
August 9:
o Fellowship of Reconciliation Protest and Vigil at Pentagon.
Non-violent protest 7:AM / Interfaith Procession & Vigil 9 AM (202-244-0952)
August 10:
o Childrens Hiroshima/Nagasaki Peace Program at Perry School 128 M St,NW
Little Friends for Peace (M.J. & Jerry Park 301-927-5474)

Contact Louise and John at 703-369-7427; Ellen at 202-462-0757; or Rose Marie at 301-229-4752
7615 Lake Drive, Manassas, VA 20111 - e-mail <prop1@prop1.org>