Lanterns for Peace 2017
A call for a nuclear-free world. A memorial event held throughout the world.
August 9, 6:30 pm , Tenney Park
1500 Sherman Avenue
Wednesday, August 9th, marks seventy-two years since the U.S. bombing of Nagasaki, Japan. Gather at 6:30 pm at Tenney Park in Madison, for making and floating peace lanterns on the Tenney Lagoon, advocacy action, a presentation by Caren Stelson, author of Sachiko: A Nagasaki Bomb Survivors Story, and singing. Join us to remember those who have died in war and to reflect on a peaceful, nuclear weapons-free world.
Lanterns for Peace is hosted annually by Physicians for Social Responsibility Wisconsin and cosponsored by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Madison Branch, Wisconsin Network for Peace & Justice, Veterans for Peace Wisconsin, Outrider Foundation, PC Foundation, Linda and Gene Farley Center, Pax Christi-Madison, Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity-Gamma Theta Chapter and Willy Street Co-Op.
For further information, or to volunteer with the event, please contact PSR Wisconsin. (firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-232-9945)
THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING: Special One-Night-Only Documentary Film Screening & Discussion
with cast member, rancher, organizer, writer ALEXIS BONOGOFSKY and and a LIVE video appearance by NAOMI KLEIN.
THURSDAY MAY 4, 2017 @ MAJESTIC THEATER
115 King Street, Madison
Doors Open @ 6:30 PM
General Public Tickets $10, Clean Wisconsin Members RSVP
To purchase tickets or for more information click film poster below.
FREE PUBLIC LECTURE WITH
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha
Pediatrician, Hurley Children's Hospital and Michigan State University
THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 2017
1220 EBLING AUDITORIUM
MICROBIAL SCIENCES BUILDING
1550 LINDEN DR.
Mona Hanna-Attisha, MD, MPH, is assistant professor of pediatrics at Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and director of the pediatric residency program at Hurley Children's Hospital in Flint, Michigan. Dr. Hanna-Attisha received her bachelor's and Master of Public Health degrees from the University of Michigan and her medical degree from Michigan State University College of Human Medicine. She completed her residency at Children's Hospital of Michigan in Detroit, where she was chief of pediatric residency. Dr. Hanna-Attisha was recently heralded internationally for her study that exposed elevated lead blood levels in Flint children. Dr. Hanna-Attisha now directs the Michigan State University and Hurley Children's Hospital Pediatric Public Health Initiative, an innovative and model public health program to research, monitor and mitigate the impact of lead in Flint's drinking water.
Event contact: Emily Reynolds
Miss this event? Watch the video of Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha's talk at UW-Madison HERE
Please join us for a beautiful summer evening event - we'll commemorate the lives lost to the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings 71 years ago and take actions to promote a peaceful planet.
We'll be building lanterns, hearing from an advocate for peace, participating in thought-provoking actions and activities....and more! Please join us~
This was a GREAT event - thanks to 350Madison for hosting and brining so many diverse and active people together for a moving film. See The Cap Times article here about the event.
Steering Committee member Susan Davidson, MD hosted Dr. Jonathan Patz for a talk titled "Climate Change and Health" at St. Mary's on April 14th. We learned about the cutting-edge work Dr. Patz is doing that the Nelson Institute for Environmental Health, the Global Health Institute, and UW-Madison as a whole. Thanks Jon!
Poster session information can be found HERE. For more information email WEHNmail@gmail.com and for an abstract submission form, click HERE.
A partnership of local environmental health and activist groups are joining forces to bring a great event to Madison.
Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR) Wisconsin, Wisconsin Environmental Health Network (WEHN), RePower Madison, and Sierra Club - Four Lakes Group are working together to bring clean, reliable and renewable energy to Wisconsin, and we’d like for you to join us.
Wisconsin’s reliance on coal has been producing detrimental health effects on its citizens for years. It’s time to make a change. Join us as we learn about the impact coal-fired power plants have on human health, what we face in Wisconsin, and what we can do about it. Dr. Maureen McCue, Peter Taglia and Mitch Brey will discuss the health impacts of coal, what our coal reliance looks like in Wisconsin, and what we can do about it today.
This is a free event that will include a forum and discussion, with time for local action at the end. We hope you will take a step toward improving the health of our state and join us:
No Coal for Christmas
Forum on Health Impacts of Coal
Wednesday, December 9th
Health Sciences Learning Center room 1335
UW School of Medicine and Public Health
Please share this event with colleagues, students, friends and community members you feel would be interested, and don’t forget to register!
We are looking forward to seeing you there.
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