Tag Archives: Nagasaki

Living in the light of Christ’s peace: A conversation toward nuclear disarmament via Archdiocese of Santa Fe

77th Anniversary of the Atomic Bombing of Nagasaki, Japan Mass and Interfaith Discussion Tuesday, August 9, 2022 5:15 p.m. MT Mass at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi Followed by Panel Discussion with Interfaith Leaders at 6:15 p.m. … Continue reading

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Japanese children of A-bomb survivors worry for health, want exposure certification: survey via The Mainichi

TOKYO — A nationwide survey of the children of Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb survivors by the Japan Confederation of A- and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations has found that 60.3% “have anxieties and worries as second-generation survivors.” In addition to many … Continue reading

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American’s Chernobyl via Cited

SEASON 01: EPISODE 08 (PART 1 OF 2) America’s Chernobyl 00:00:0000:50:49AMERICA’S CHERNOBYLRewind Play Forward    Richland, Washington is a company town that sprang up almost overnight in the desert of southeastern Washington. Its employer is the federal government, and its product is plutonium. The … Continue reading

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Black Hole/Atomic City (State of Decay) via Sanitary Tortilla Factory

Black Hole/Atomic City (State of Decay) August 2 – 30, 2019 OPENING RECEPTION: August 2, 6-9pm  Black Hole/Atomic City (State of Decay) is an exhibition dedicated to alternative stories related to “the nuclear business” in New Mexico since the dawn of … Continue reading

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Tri-Cities will turn the clock back 75 years. Atomic Frontier Days to return via Tri-City Herald

By Annette Cary RICHLAND, WA The Tri-Cities will return to its one-of-a-kind past this summer and fall as it relives the events on the World War II home front. Sept. 26 will mark 75 years since B Reactor, the world’s first full-scale … Continue reading

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73 Years After U.S. Dropped Atom Bomb on Nagasaki, Survivor Warns About Threat of Nuclear Warfare via Democracy Now!

Seventy-three years ago today, on August 9, 1945, the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on the Japanese city of Nagasaki, killing 74,000 people and forever changing the lives of those who survived the nuclear attack. The bombing came just three … Continue reading

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American students aren’t taught nuclear weapons policy in school. Here’s how to fix that problem via The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

Erin ConnollyKate Hewitt “How many countries have nuclear weapons?” we asked. Students shouted out answers: one, seven, 34, all of the countries in the world. “Which countries have nuclear weapons?” We heard responses that included the United States, Japan, Iran, … Continue reading

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A different kind of ‘atomic tourist’ visits Hanford via Crosscut

[…] Of the thousands of people who have toured giant and forbidding B Reactor, the world’s first large scale plutonium reactor, Mitsugi Moriguchi is the first person to do so in a white radiation-blocking jumpsuit, hood and mask. It is … Continue reading

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Nagasaki survivor tours B Reactor, visits Richland High School via NBC Right Now

  Alfredo Llanos […] “I wanted to see with my own eyes the place where the plutonium that made the bomb that was dropped on my city was made,” Moriguchi said. Even though he was just a teenager during the time of … Continue reading

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This Nagasaki bomb survivor visits Hanford. ‘Do you understand my heart?’ via Tri-Cities Herald

By Annette Cary […] “It was shocking to me to come to B Reactor and see it open to the public as a prideful accomplishment,” he said. “Here the production of plutonium has only one purpose — to destroy human … Continue reading

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