This post is prompted by the recent civil unrest and uprisings (collectively referred to as Euromaidan) in Kiev and other cities and regions of Ukraine, involving violent protests against and their violent suppression by the government. Regardless of which side started first or is most at fault, violent means of resolving conflict inevitably cause suffering, […]
“Come Together” is a documentary about the American Soviet Peace Walk from Leningrad to Moscow in the summer of 1987. The aim of the Walk was to help end the Cold War between the U.S. and the U.S.S.R., by “ending the arms race nobody wants.” About 250 American and 250 Soviet citizens took […]
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June 8, 2012 marks the 25th Anniversary of the American Soviet Walk for Peace from Leningrad to Moscow, Russia. The Walk lasted for over one month, concluding in mid-July. In the following years, at least two other Peace Walks took place within the same program of strengthening mutual trust and understanding between the American and […]
The American Soviet Walk of 1987 did not go unnoticed in the Soviet press.
Browse a collection of unique digitized materials about the Peace Walks.
A video collage dedicated to the American Soviet Walk of 1987.
On April 26th, Ukraine marks a the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The most recent nuclear disaster in Japan at the Fukushima plant, and the Chernobyl anniversary, underscore the continued timeliness and relevance of the threat to human health and the environment, associated with nuclear power.
Browse online exhibits of unique original materials about the Peace Walks.