The Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice's Disarmament Working Group will host the August Dinner and a Movie event where we will view the film Conviction.
Sixty-two years after an atomic bomb was dropped on the civilian city of Nagasaki, Japan, Conviction tells the story of three Dominican Sisters who took the proliferation of nuclear weapons personally. These women saw it as their religious duty to trespass on the land of a nuclear weapons silo in Colorado, chant, pour their own blood, and get jailed for their beliefs. Come watch the film and build community around delicious food, a good film, and lively discussion.
Added by dbyker on July 30, 2007