|Human Peace Sign ("ND" for Nuclear Disarmament)|
Ann Arbor, MI, 2003
This year I'm using this week to lift up the names of some of the people to whom I am grateful -- specifically, for their work in trying to bring about the elimination of nuclear weapons.
There are so many people to thank . . .
Through the visual arts ... photography ... film ... teaching ... activism ... publishing ....
So many people are making a difference in eliminating nuclear weapons . . . .
To whom are you grateful? Please click on the #NoNukesTuesday stream, retweet some of the expressions of gratitude there, and add some of your own!
And feel free to add your comments to this post as well.
|#Thanksgiving #NoNukesTuesday - to whom are *you* grateful|
for their work towards elimination of #nuclearweapons?
My top ten list in progress . . . .
|Trident NO Sc☮tland YES|
|Confronting the Risk|
PAX asked "What if a nuclear
bomb exploded in Rotterdam?"
|Kennette Benedict and the "doomsday|
clock": "It's five minutes to midnight!"
A Bottle that Was Melted
by Heat Wave and Fires
(from the series Nagasaki 11:02)
(View larger version)
|Prof. Norma M. Field|
End of the World
(See related exhibition)
|Gerald Finley in|
(Click for aria
"Batter My Heart")
(Click for full-size image of Carol
with Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton
and other colleagues)
|Hiroshima by John Hersey|
(See 5 Ways YOU Can Make a Difference on #NoNukesTuesday )
(See FIRE AND BLAST: A Curriculum that Confronts Nuclear Danger?)
(See Pentecost, Guantanamo, and the Moment When Talk Becomes Priceless)