This weekend will mark 77 years since the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Starting this Friday, we hope you will join the Hiroshima and Nagasaki prefectures, as well as a broad coalition of institutions and individuals, in demonstrating growing public support for a world without nuclear weapons – by sharing a paper crane on your social media with the hashtag #CranesForOurFuture.
We’ve prepared a rich social media toolkit with video, gifs, graphics and copy to support anyone hoping to mark the upcoming anniversaries: https://www.cranesforourfuture.org/share
If you want a quick way to show support, feel free to click on this link to tweet the following:
Right now, governments are meeting at the UN to talk about nuclear disarmament.
Join people around the world in saying we need more than talk, we need action.
Fold and share a paper crane: https://www.cranesforourfuture.org/
Yesterday in his UN RevCon speech, Japanese Prime Minister Kishida held a paper crane in his hands and renewed his call for a world without nuclear weapons.
With the UN conference underway, this weekend offers an opportunity to show many “in the room” that everyone outside the UN building cares deeply about a future free from nuclear threats.
- TikTokers like Dara Starr Tucker and Andy Jiang have already started to build a drumbeat for #CranesForOurFuture across social media – generating hundreds of thousands of views.
- Nearly 40 organizations around the world have pledged to join from the UN Office of Disarmament Affairs and UN Foundation to Global Zero and Union of Concerned Scientists.
- We’ll also be joined by the Indigo Girls, designer Cythnia Rowley and a handful of authors and independent bookstores.