Peace Prize

To Be Awarded


Sunday



 
Our 2015 Peace Prize will be awarded this Sunday during an event to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the U.S. bombing of Nagasaki.  If you will be in the Los Alamos, New Mexico area, please plan to attend.

The Nagasaki day event is hosted by Pace e Bene and its Campaign NonviolenceClick here and scroll down to Sunday, August 9th to see the full details.  The event will be live streamed from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm Mountain Time.  The Peace Prize will probably be presented sometime after 1:00 pm on the stage at Ashley Pond.  This is the place, geographically, where the first atom bombs were built.

The US Peace Memorial Foundation directs a nationwide effort to honor Americans who stand for peace by publishing the US Peace Registry, awarding an annual Peace Prize, and planning for the US Peace Memorial in Washington, DC.  These educational projects help move the United States toward a culture of peace, as we honor the millions of thoughtful and courageous Americans and U.S. organizations that have taken a public stand against one or more U.S. wars or who have devoted their time, energy, and other resources to finding peaceful solutions to international conflicts.  We celebrate these role models to inspire other Americans to speak out against war and for peace.  For more details, please read the short commentary “World Peace: A First Step” at: www.uspeacememorial.org/WorldPeace.htm.

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FOUNDATION DOCUMENTS and Links you may find interesting

“World Peace:
A First Step”


facebook.com/USPeace

YouTube video

"Honoring Peace and Antiwar Behavior:
The US Peace Registry"


USPM FLIER.pdf


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