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Category Archives: Event
On Saturday May 7th we celebrated the original Mothers’ Day with a reading of Julia Ward Howe’s proclamation by Judy McMahon. We met at the Children’s Peace Garden in Otsiningo Park. Ed Nizalowski played a flute transcription of “Spring” from … Continue reading
On Saturday May 8th, the day before Mother’s Day, a group of peacemakers, performers and families gathered at the newly created Children’s Peace Park within Otsiningo Park. Photos and video below. Cecily O’Neil, our Emcee, introduced Children’s Peace Park and … Continue reading
On Saturday, May 8, 11am, we will dedicate the Children’s Peace Park in Otsiningo Park with poetry, music and dance. See photos of the dedication of Children’s Peace Park.
On Friday, January 22, 12 noon, a celebration of joy was held in front the Federal Building on Henry St., Binghamton, to cheer for 2/3 of all nations who have made nuclear weapons illegal on this day. Church bells rang, … Continue reading
From the Press Release for the protest of drones at Hancock Airport in Syracuse, NY on October 29, 2020: The Pentagon squanders essential resources on endless war and for the “improvement” of nuclear weaponry and for the development of assassination … Continue reading