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Black Mist, White Rain: Speaking Tour 2016

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The 15,600 nuclear weapons that still exist today pose an unacceptable ongoing threat to all humanity. While news headlines remind us of this threat, we must remember the nuclear tests conducted in Australia and the Pacific from the 1940s until the 1960s, which left permanent scars on both the land and its people. For many people in Australia and the Pacific, nuclear weapons are not a distant, abstract threat, but a lived reality – a persistent source of pain and suffering, of contamination and dislocation. Indigenous communities, long marginalised and mistreated, bear the brunt of this ongoing scourge.

Come and listen to the remarkable stories of four nuclear test survivors, and be inspired by the campaign to ban nuclear weapons.

Sue Coleman-Haseldine | Kokatha-Mula woman
Abacca Anjain-Maddison | Republic of the Marshall Islands
Rose Lester | Yankunytjatjara-Anangu woman
Dr Bill Williams | International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons

Welcome to country by Uncle Sam Watson.
Visuals by Jessie Boylan, Atomic Photographers’ Guild.
Music by Ofa from Chocolate Strings.

The Black Mist White Rain tour will also be visiting Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney on the 4th to 7th April 2016.

This is a free event, but those interested are encouraged to register their attendance.
For more information and to register for this event, please visit the event website listed above and do check out ICAN's website for more information about the international movement towards a global ban on nuclear weapons.

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