Global Zero (No Nukes) at 70th Anniversary of Hiroshima & Nagasaki

Dear All,

This Sunday marks 70 years since the atomic bombing of Nagasaki on August 9, 1945.

Global Zero members all over the world are coming together in solidarity to send a strong message to our world leaders: 70 years is too long to live in fear of nuclear annihilation.

In 26 cities in 5 countries on 3 continents, our members will be circling the perimeter of the Nagasaki bomb blast on foot and by bike to symbolize what a nuclear catastrophe would look like in their communities. It will be a powerful reminder that nuclear weapons are designed to wipe entire cities off the map.

Here’s one thing that you can do right now to show your support: Send a tweet on Sunday, August 9 in solidarity.

Join our tweet-a-thon: Use this tool to schedule a tweet or a Facebook post for Sunday using the hashtag #EliminateNukes.


This tool allows people from all over the world to schedule the same post on social media for a designated time, and then sends the post from hundreds of accounts simultaneously. It’s a useful way to maximize our reach and impact on this important day.

Nuclear weapons still pose one of the most urgent threats to humanity — and your voice can make a difference. Help send a message to world leaders: 70 years is too long.

Are you in to help us get #EliminateNukes trending this Sunday? Sign up to tweet your message in solidarity now.

Fight on,

Ryan Rastegar
Digital Engagement Manager
Global Zero


Global Zero is the international movement for the elimination of all nuclear weapons.

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