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From: Anne Barron <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: March 17, 2018 at 1:58:04 PM PDT
Subject: Peace Party for the historic anti-nuclear Peace Boat on Sunday, March 25th, 3-5 pm
Save the date!Sunday, March 25Peace Party Fundraiser for the Golden Rule as it returns to the Pacific for Anti-Nuclear Peace Voyage this summer.Did you know that the Golden Rule is over-wintering in San Diego Bay?Great time to visit this historic ship - most Saturdays - Shelter Island- check out the schedule on FB at the GoldenRuleProject. 4 quakers sailed this boat out to challenge the atomic testing of the Marshall Islands.3-5pm, Peace Resource Center of San Diego, 3850 Westgate PlJoin the fun as we celebrate the historic anti-nuclear peace boat, the Golden Rule.
And catch the San Diego premiere of "Making Waves: The Rebirth of the Golden Rule" with Helen Jaccard, the project manager for the Golden Rule Project of Veterans For Peace. 2 shows!All are welcome to come and talk with the crew and film participants about the Peace Boat's upcoming 2018 Peace Voyage.Refreshments, Wine & Beer Cash Bar, Games, Prizes & Music.
Premiere of the art installation - ATOMIC WARFARE IS NEVER AN OPTION - an exhibit by Jeoffry Gordon.
$25 suggested donation. Donations can be made during the celebration or online at vfpgoldenrule.org
All proceeds to to support the Golden Rule Project.History & 2018 Voyage of Golden Rule infoIn 1958 the Golden Rule was sailed by 4 Quaker peace activists toward the Marshall Islands in an attempt to interfere with nuclear bomb tests. The project was instrumental in raising public awareness of radiation in the atmosphere; put pressure on President Kennedy to sign the Limited Nuclear Test Ban Treaty of 1963; and inspired the start of Greenpeace.Restored from 2010 to 2015 by Veterans For Peace, Quakers and others, the newly rebuilt Golden Rule sails for a nuclear-free world and a peaceful, sustainable future. For three years they have stopped at dozens of ports to give presentations and display messages of peace in contrast to the Air and Sea Show and other military demonstrations and celebrations of machines of war.The crew of the Golden Rule will sail out of San Diego June 1, headed to Hawaii. Next year they sail to the Marshall Islands in time for the 65th anniversary of the Castle Bravo nuclear test on March 1. Then after sailing to Guam and Okinawa they will be in Japan for the 75thanniversary of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.All along the way, the Golden Rule team will talk with people about how to stop the possibility of nuclear war and create a peaceful, sustainable future