Regarding the Aug. 6 story “Hiroshima marks 75th atomic bomb anniversary with call for unity in pandemic,” we remember each victim. Each “had a name. Each person was loved by someone,” as Setsuko Thurlow said in her Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech Dec. 10, 2017, on behalf of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN). Each loved someone. Each was forced to leave this world suddenly.

How long are we going to continue our history with nuclear weapons? Our biggest problem today is the nuclear threat.

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