Hiroshima Day 1983 Isla Vista California Events
University of California at Santa Barbara
Wednesday, July 27, 1983
Hiroshima Day, Aug. 6, 1983 is the current focus of
the Isla Vista Memorial Peace Commission and Students
for a Nuclear Free Future (SNuFF). Highlights of Hiroshima
Day events will include a memorial prayer for all those
who have died in nuclear holocaust during these first
38 years of the nuclear age at 9:07a.m. at Isla Vista's
Anisq' Oyo Park, a nuclear age film festival and a teach-in
on free energy headed by Bruce DePalma, local physics
researcher, and Peter Lindemann, local free energy
historian. Other free activities will include a peace meal,
peace games, peace music, poetry and prose readings from
the nuclear age and a peace poster making contest.
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1983 - The Summer of Peace continues...
Saturday, July 30, 10-11am,
Anisq Oyo Park Amphitheater
Planning and Preparation Meeting
Thursday, August 4, First Memorial Peace Walk
As we unite in focus for the direct cause of world
peace, let us walk united from IV to SB's Fiesta Parade
in memory of all those who have died before us.
Saturday, August 6, 9:07am, Hiroshima Day, a mid-summer
of peace gathering about the plan for World Peace of the
Memorial Peace Commission...for more information contact
Evette or David, S.Nu.F.F. trailer 306D.
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