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July 9, 2013
Bulletin #174: Last two “In My Lifetime” screenings with discussion; Study Group issue and strategy meetings
Dear friends –
In solidarity with organizations in 75 countries and many other international organizations we here in New Mexico are celebrating “Nuclear Abolition Week” with screenings of Robert Frye’s award-winning “In My Lifetime” documentary, followed by discussions of current nuclear weapons issues.
We’ve had two screenings and discussions so far, in Los Alamos and Taos. We’ll have two others this week, both at 6:00 pm. We also have regular Study Group meetings coming up, as shown.
- Issue and strategy discussion: Thursday, July 11: 6:00 pm at the CloudCliff Bakery (not Second Street Brewery), 1805 2nd St., Santa Fe (SE corner of 2nd St. and Lena St; Google Maps is a little inaccurate).
- “In My Lifetime” screening and discussion: Friday, July 12, at the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History, 601 Eubank Blvd. SE, Albuquerque (map). The Museum is co-sponsoring.
- “In My Lifetime” screening and discussion: Saturday, July 13, at the Santa Fe Woman’s Club, 1616 Old Pecos Trail, Santa Fe (map). At this event we will have with us special guest Kathy Christison – writer, former CIA analyst and long-time Study Group member, coauthor with her late husband of Palestine in Pieces and other writings on the Middle East.
- Issue and strategy discussion: Thursday, July 18: 6:00 pm at our offices at 2901 Summit Place NE, Albuquerque (map).
A donation of $10 is suggested at the film screenings, please. Tell your friends!
Despite congressional paralysis, the fundamentals of nuclear policy are changing. As on a great earthquake fault, the tension between implacable external realities and business-as-usual U.S. policies is increasing. Sudden movements will come – precisely when and where cannot be said.
Stay tuned for more on this tomorrow.
Greg Mello, for the Study Group