IN THE TRAPROCK SPOTLIGHT

HIROSHIMA -- NAGASAKI


75 years ago             1945 – 2020
REMEMBER, HONOR, ACT -- BAN NUCLEAR WEAPONS

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Hiroshima, Japan     August, 1945

In Japan and around the world, this entry into the atomic age will be remembered with calls for nuclear disarmament and international support for the UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. In Western Mass. several events will express our solidarity with the remaining Hibakusha survivors, and call for phasing out nuclear weapons and promoting racial and social justice. (See poster and flyer)

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NEWS & EVENTS

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At this historic moment, the Traprock Center for Peace and Justice stands in solidarity with movements to uproot racism and create justice for Black people and all communities of color. This is central to our cornerstones of action for racial and economic justice, feminism, and reversing climate disruption. As we join against militarism, we also address its roots in genocide and enslavement and the structures that keep oppression going.

Wally and Juanita Nelson Scholarship 2020