About This Event

Ignominious Anniversary: Remembering Hiroshima. Evening of Hope and Activism.
Join The Church for the Fellowship of All People and NoEthicsInBigTech.com for an evening of activism and education to inspire social change.

Hiroshima, a city in Japan, was the site of a devastating nuclear attack on August 6th, 1945. The anniversary of this event is a time to reflect on the horror of nuclear war and the need for peace. Hiroshima also reminds us of the power of Military and Technology and in its role in creating and sustaining peace. Big Tech companies have the resources and the platform to make a real difference in the world. At this event, we will encourage them to act with Ethics. Join us as we learn from Hiroshima’s example and work towards a more peaceful future.

Please Join us on August 6th, 2020 for the anniversary of Hiroshima Day

Time: from 6:30 PM PDT to 9:00 PM PDT Tickets on EventBrite

Pizza and Wine will be provided until we run out.

Music by Mokai: Mokai is a roots musician based in San Francisco. His guitar echoes pre-war blues and Greenwich Village era folk, with songs the East Bay Express described as “…jazzy, jammy, bluesy structures around earthly laments, tales of ordinary folks, and the human struggle in general.”



Ethics In Tech & Lack Thereof – Sleeping Under the Cell Tower tells Vahid’s circuitous and tragicomic journey through Big Tech, as a startup founder and as an employee. This journey coupled with Vahid’s personal struggles details a relatable and intriguing read.

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