Saturday, January 23, 11-12pm, Traprock celebrates UN Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons

This banner was designed and made in 2020 for Traprock by Wendell artist-activist Sally Stuffin

Greenfield, Mass: At the Greenfield Common peace vigil on
Saturday, January 23, 11-12 pm
we join others worldwide in welcoming the "Entry into Force" of the UN Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. Passed July 2017, it became international law when ratified by 50 of the 122 signing countries -- and goes into effect on January 22, 2021. Now those countries, and more to come, will reject all invovement in nuclear weapons.
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Listening to the Call of the Great Spirit
Peace Walk 2020

Traprock was honored to support the New England Peace Pagoda's recent walk. Read their moving 7 page report here.
"Our 2-week walk from October 15 - 31 'Listening to the Call of the Great Spirit: Facing 400 Years of Colonization Since Mayflower Landing and Walking into the Future', could not be considered a long walk, but it felt to most of us to be a Walk vast and deep. 2020 was the 5th in a 5-year commitment by the Peace Pagoda to walk this silenced history of violent colonization of the Indigenous Peoples and their Ancestral Lands, in the region now called 'New England'." Resources Picture