Terry Kewachuk's senior history students from Pugwash High School interview Terry Smith, Vivian Godfree, Glenda Kent, John Eaton, Paolo Brenciaglia, and Cathy Eatonabout the Cold War, the Cuban Missile Crisis, Cyrus Eaton, and the role of the Pugwash Peace Conferences in creating bridges between Communist and Capitalist countries. Their interviews and reflections will be posted on our web page this summer.
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Dialogue Across Divides “We have to learn to think in a new way.”
Pugwash seeks a world free of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction. We create opportunities for dialogue on the steps needed to achieve that end, focusing on areas where nuclear risks are present. Moving beyond rhetoric, we foster creative discussions on ways to increase the security of all sides in the affected regions.
“Remember your humanity, and forget the rest.”
Please contact Cathy Eaton at Eatonmurph@aol.com if you want to share some stories. Please post your stories or memories that relate to Thinkers Lodge, the Dining Hall (Lobster Factory), Joseph Rotblat, the Conference Participants, Cyrus or Anne Eaton, or Eaton Park.
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