2007 Hiroshima Nagasaki


Mon, Aug. 6, 8 am Lithia Park Bandshell Opening Ceremony of Vigil, with day-long vigil activities on Ashland Plaza, 9 am until 9 pm.

Tues & Wed Aug 7 & 8, A variety of films will be shown at 10 am, 12 noon and 2 pm on Tuesday and Wednesday at the Ashland Community Center 59 Winburn Way and two evening events are planned at the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library 258 A Street in Ashland.

The films on Tuesday, August 7th include:
10 am "Lifting the Fog: The Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki" a historical analysis;
12 pm "Hell Fire" a documentary of a Hiroshima couple’s artistic response to the atrocity;
2 pm "Hiroshima:  A Mother's Prayer" and Testimonies by Survivors, both from Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum

Aug 7, 7 to 9 pm   Tuesday Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library in Ashland will host Don Wells PhD " ‘Just War’ Theory Justifies Too Much".

The films on August 8th include:
10 am "The New Nuclear Danger", a filmed lecture by Helen Caldicott;
12 noon "Arsenals of Hypocrisy" about weapons in space;
2 pm "The Last Atomic Bomb", Robert Richter's film of a Nagasaki Survivor.

Aug 8, 7 to 9 pm Wednesday, also at RVML, a play reading “The Face Of Jizo” a young girl’s survivor story.  
Thurs, Aug 9, 8 am to 9 pm, day-long vigil activities. Closing Ceremony begins at 6 pm, on Ashland Plaza.

Post-Vigil Events

Photo Exhibit in the Stevenson Union, SOU campus

Large photographs from the Hiroshima Peace Museum in Japan will be on display on the third floor of the Stevenson Union hallway on the Southern Oregon University campus, beginning September 12th into October. More details to be provided on this web page in the future.