Demand a nuclear weapons-free world!

Demand a Nuclear Weapons Free World

Join the struggle to abolish nuclear weapons with a donation to the Hiroshima Day Coalition. Hiroshima Day Coalition spokesperson, Shirley Douglas, OC, Actor, Activist, and long-time advocate of global nuclear disarmament, will be the featured speaker at the August 6th Hiroshima-Nagasaki Commemoration at Toronto City Hall (beginning at 6:45pm).

Shirley will call on the Harper government to take a leading role in the world-wide movement to abolish nuclear weapons. Your donation will help cover the costs of the event.

Thanks for your support.

www.HiroshimaDayCoalition.ca

 

 






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