Good Friday Worship & Witness
Where Would Dr. King Be Today?
Livermore Nuclear Weapons Laboratory, Vasco Road & Patterson Pass Road, Livermore
On March 30, Good Friday, at 6:45 AM, at the corner of South Vasco Rd. & Patterson Pass Rd. outside the Livermore Nuclear Weapons Lab, Ecumenical Peace Institute and the Livermore Conversion Project offer a service of worship and nonviolent witness against nuclear weapons. Fifty years after the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his “Beyond Vietnam” speech, we ask “Where would Dr. King be today?”
We believe Dr. King’s spirit is with us at the Livermore Lab where new nuclear weapons continue to be designed, saying once again, “In a day when . . . guided ballistic missiles are carving highways of death through the stratosphere, no nation can win a war. Today it is no longer a choice between violence and nonviolence; it is either nonviolence or nonexistence.”
Sponsored by Ecumenical Peace Institute/CALC http://www.epicalc.org/ and Livermore Conversion Project
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