Saturday Aug 6, 2016
Albuquerque, NM 87106
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Bike around Albuquerque, roughly tracing the circumference of the nuclear blast at Hiroshima to learn what a nuclear detonation would look like in the city.
Global Zero’s Annual Bike Around the Bomb
What would a nuclear blast look like in Albuquerque?
Nuclear weapons do not make us safer. Today, they are our greatest liability. And in just a few months, the United States will hand over the nuclear codes to a new leader. It’s our job to demand our next president make us safer from the threat of nuclear annihilation, not make it more likely.
That’s why on Aug. 6th we’ll be biking around Albuquerque, roughly tracing the circumference of the blast at Hiroshima to symbolize what a “small” nuclear detonation would look like in our city and what we stand to lose.
Bike Around the Bomb is free, open to the public, and will bring everyone from Global Zero movement leaders to brand new activists together to urge world leaders to #KeepUsSafe.
When: Saturday, August 6th, 9AM
Where: Netherwood Park, Albuquerque, NM, (Meeting on Morrow Rd NE)
More Information & Registration: http://bit.ly/29SA7MM