Video: Sadako at Tucson’s All Souls Procession August 4, 2020

PSR Arizona members and other Tucson anti-nuclear activists remember those who have died as a result of nuclear weapons, nuclear power, nuclear testing and uranium mining in this 4.5 minute video. They created a 10 foot tall puppet of Sadako Sasaki – a girl from Hiroshima who died of leukemia 10 years after the atomic bombing – to accompany them in the All Souls Procession. Also included: vigils for peace at Raytheon and Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, and Ted Warmbrand singing “I Come and Stand at Every Door”.

Watch below.

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