Amid ‘Oppenheimer’ craze, Madison marks 78 years since Hiroshima bombing August 8, 2023

Paper lanterns illustrated with peace messages float on the water alongside a canoe.
Lanterns for Peace in Madison, Wisconsin. Photo credit: Joshua Abrahams

Wisconsin State Journal

At dusk on Sunday, a crowd of all ages crafted paper lanterns to cast out into the waters of the lagoon at Tenney Park. Physicians for Social Responsibility – Wisconsin organized the event.

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