College to highlight the nuclear threat at 30th Westheimer Peace Symposium


College to highlight the nuclear threat

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WILMINGTON — Wilmington College’s Westheimer Peace Symposium 30th annual event will be available for a global audience with exclusively online programming Oct. 1 and 2. It will be held virtually while highlighting “The Nuclear Threat: Past, Present, Future.”

The two-day Symposium will commemorate the recent 75th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki through a collaboration between the Peace Resource Center, which houses an extensive, internationally recognized archive of atomic bombing materials, and artistic presentations on the topic through The Response Project.

The program is to the public via Facebook livestreaming on the Peace Resource Center and Wilmington College Facebook pages.

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College to highlight the nuclear threat

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