Cinema Detroit, 4126 Third Street, Detroit, MI
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Thursday, September 29, 2016 from 7-9pm
Michigan Coalition for Human Rights and Peace Action of Michigan present a free premiere screening. Centering on drone warfare, National Bird follows three people who were in the US Air Force and worked in various capacities regarding the targeting and killing of insurgents. All three have since regretted their experience, and have decided to go public about a murky and classified program. Free off-street parking. Enter through glass doors under the glass awning. Michigan Coalition for Human Rights, 9200 Gration, Detroit, MI; 313-579-9071; mchr.org Peace Action of Michigan, 195 West Nine Mile Road, Ferndale, MI; 248-548-3920; peaceactionmich.org
Saturday, August 6, 2016 from 4-6pm
Peace Action presents in Remembrance of Hiroshima Day: "Atomic Mom" SATURDAY, August 6, 4:00 pm at Cinema Detroit, 4126 Third Street between Willis and Alexandrine - free, secure, off-street parking This story is about two mothers - one is the only female American Radiation Scientist at the time, the other a Hiroshima survivor. Can they find peace decades after the bombing? What about us? Discussion led by Prasad Venugopal with a reflection by Motoko Huthwaite. *Meet in parking lot at 3:00 to walk thru midtown with signs and invite people to join us. Don't be surprised if "Atomic Mom" and Donald Trump's ignorance about the nuclear triad and his suggestion that more nations should have nuclear bombs motivates you to work even harder for a nuclear free world. -Rich, Rev. Rich Peacock, Peace Action of Michigan