Stonewalk Japan 2005 STONEWALK JAPAN 2005
Nagasaki to Hiroshima, Japan
July 2nd to August 4th, 2005

On the 60th Anniversary of the Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki
Stonewalk USA 2004 Stonewalk USA 2004
July 25th to September 2nd, 2004
Boston, MA to New York, NY
"Highlighting the Human Cost of War"
Stonewalk England 2001 Stonewalk England 2001
July 10th to August 5th, 2001.
Liverpool to Coventry, England.
"A Message of Healing and Remembrance"
Stonewalk Ireland 2000 Stonewalk Ireland 2000
July 9th to July 22nd, 2000
Dublin, Eire to Belfast, Northern Ireland
"Remembering All Victims of the Troubles"
Stonewalk USA 1999 Stonewalk USA 1999
July 4th to August 6th, 1999
Sherborn, MA to Arlington, VA
"Unknown Civilians Killed in War"
Stonewalk UN Day Day Stonewalk United Nations Day
6th Annual Walk on October 24th
Sherborn to Cambridge, MA
"Remembering Conscientious Objectors to War"

One stone travels throughout the world to serve as a reminder of
the true cost of war.

The other, which remains on the grounds of The Peace Abbey, serves as a touchstone where prayers for peace are continually offered and commitments to the peace movement are strengthened.

Together these stones link the suffering of innocent victims of armed conflict.

If stones could weep,
surely these two would,
as they pay respect to the Unknown Civilians Killed in War.

“I have always condemned the use of the atomic bomb against Japan, but I could not do anything at all to prevent that fateful decision.”
- Physicist Albert Einstein, 1953

L A T E S T  N E W S

Funds needed to cover taxes for bringing the memorial stone and caisson to Japan. Appeal Info

08.16.05 NEW PHOTOGRAPHS by Bruce Nichols July 2nd to July 29th
NEW Photo Gallery Updates

See the Rolling Stones in concert and support our rolling stone...

Closing Speech by Dot Walsh
Hiroshima Peace Declaration

08.05 Seattle Post - Hiroshima: A Living Tragedy

08.04 Kyodo News - Stonewalk ends in Hiroshima to commemorate A bomb, war victims

08.02.05 NEWS, PHOTOS
NEW Photos from July 15th
News Release - 9/11 Families

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