The 2021 tour schedule will resume in February 2021. For latest updates, please visit the Facebook page of The Center for International Ethics (link at left).
To schedule an approximately 60 minute tour of the exhibition with a student-docent,
While you may view the 30 poster exhibition on your own in Powers Hall, in-person tours of the exhibition will begin the week of November 9, and run until April 2021.
The in-person tour ends with a discussion of the link between the message of this exhibition and the work of E.C. Warriner, 4th President of CMU.
Download the Exhibition brochure here.
Mayor Shinzo Hamai's Peace Declaration and "A Revolution of Thought"
Exactly two years after the bombing of Hiroshima, Mayor Shinzo Hamai delivered the first Mayorial “Peace Declaration” of Hiroshima. In that historic document, he urges us to use the bombing as a call to action for peace and the abolition of nuclear weapons.
Following Mayor Hamai's vision, Hiroshima was rebuilt, by law, to be a “peace city”. As part of this mandate, the city provides education aimed at building a culture of peace. This exhibition is one of the ways that Hiroshima reaches out into the world in its effort to build a culture of peace.
You can read more about the mandate to turn Hiroshima into a City of Peace here.
Photos of the "A Revolution of Thought" as it appeared in Anspach Hall, Central Michigan University, in April 2014.