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Sunday, August 6, 2023


On August 6, 1945, at 8:15 AM, the first atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Japan. Since then, the potential for nuclear catastrophe has grown to an unimaginable scale. The threat of nuclear weapons is still upon us as the war in Ukraine continues. This day, Nuclear Prayer Day is one we invite all people of all faiths and walks of life to participate in by utilizing the power of prayer. 

Voices for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons

Composed of dynamic voices from across the political, professional, spiritual, and geographical

spectrums who have united in a single purpose - to eliminate nuclear weapons once and for all.

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VOICES NEWSLETTER: Click HERE to read our most recent newsletter and/or HERE to access our newsletter archives.

NUCLEAR PRAYER DAY: A PRE-PARLIAMENT EVENT: Pre-Parliament events provide people from all over the world the opportunity to get a “taste” of the Parliament experience by highlighting local interfaith activity and understanding while showcasing what makes Parliament Convenings so engaging; people coming together to celebrate each other’s culture and traditions. Click  HERE to learn more about this and view other Pre-Parliament events, HERE to view our event on their website, and HERE to view, download, and/or print their brochure.

LETTER OF INVITATION DOOMSDAY CLOCK MOVED TO 90 SECONDS BEFORE MIDNIGHT: This letter developed by Voice's members upon hearing the Doomsday Clock has moved to 90 seconds before midnight is one we hope you will share with friends, colleagues, and eyes worldwide. Click HERE to read the letter and share.

GORBACHEV: THE LEADER WE NEEDED IN MY TIME: Click HERE to read a moving article by Thomas Graham Jr. that honors the life and leadership of the late Mikhail Gorbachev; an advocate for a world free of nuclear weapons and a founding member of the Voices Gorbechev/Schultz Youth Award (Submissions for the 4th Annual Youth Award are now open! Visit our Youth Award page for more info.)

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