How We Stopped Loving the Bomb -- Book launch and discussion

Wednesday, May 11, 2011 - 23:00 to Thursday, May 12, 2011 - 01:00

How We Stopped Loving the Bomb: An insider's account of the world on the brink of banning nuclear arms
by Senator Douglas Roche, OC.
Published by James Lorimer & Company Ltd.

Senator Roche will discuss the people, the issues, and the ideas behind the new peace movement.
Books will be available for purchase and signing by the author, with proceeds going to support the work of Project Ploughshares.

Our annual meeting will follow.

 

 

Parkdale United Church
2919 - 8 Avenue NW
T2N 1C8 Calgary , AB
Canada
51° 3' 34.4772" N, 114° 7' 45.6744" W
Alberta CA
Karen Huggins

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