A Voices Youth organized event. It has been 76 years since the catastrophic man-made destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. We gather on this Hiroshima Day to discuss our progress in ridding the world of nuclear weapons, as well as whether we have done enough in the 76 years that have passed. Moderated by Kehkashan Basu, Voices Youth Team Lead, and the first Gorbachev/Shultz, Voices Youth Award Winner 2020. Speakers, Audrey Kitagawa JD, President and Founder International Academy for Multicultural Cooperation, Marilyn Turkovich Executive Director Charter for Compassion, Pragna Vasupal Green Hope Foundation, and Voices Founding Members Jonathan Granoff President Global Security Institute and Monica Willard UN Representative for United Religions Initiative.
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