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March 1st Remembering Bikini, Marshall Islands

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March 1st is known at Bikini Day and Nuclear-Free and Independent Pacific Day.  On March 1, 1954 the U.S. exploded a 10 megaton (10 million tons of dynamite equivalent) hydrogen bomb code named Bravo on Bikini atoll in the Marshall Islands.  Overall, hundreds of nuclear weapons have been tested in the Pacific by the U.S. Brittan and France.  

The March 1st (monthly 1st working day of the month at 11:45AM) nuclear attack warning siren test has been cancelled in Hawaii, but it is still important to stand in opposition to nuclear weapons and war in solidarity with people all around the Pacific and the world.  There is no defense against nuclear weapons.  The only shelter is peace and the elimination of nuclear weapons worldwide.

People on Hawaii Island are invited to join in a Bikini commemoration in Hilo on March 1st.

Remembering the 1954 U.S. Nuclear Blast named Bravo at Bikini, Marshall Islands


 The Bravo Test Remembrance Worship Event

Thursday, March 1, 2018, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Sanctuary, Hilo First Born Temple

181 Oio St. Hilo, Hawaii (Behind the Hilo Shopping Center)

On March 1, 1954 the U.S. government tested Bravo, a hydrogen bomb on Bikini atoll in the Marshall Islands. The test proved to be 1,000 times stronger than the Hiroshima A-bomb. The Bravo test was just one of 67 nuclear tests done at Bikini and Enewetak from 1946 to 1958.

The Bravo test Remembrance Worship Event, the 64th anniversary of the Bravo test, is the fourth to be held in Hilo. The agenda will include: 1) Service of Remembrance, 2) “Nuclear Savage” DVD, 3) Testimonies representing Bikini, Rongelap and Utrik atolls, and 4) a medical report of the present situation of Micronesians in Hawaii.

Planners of the event are Rev. Maize Luke of the Hilo Marshallese Assembly of God, Rev. Roney Joel of the Hilo Marshallese Ministry, Rev. Glann Lokebol of the Marshallese Full Gospel Church, Mr. Ronald Fujiyoshi and Carmina Alik Hilo Marshallese Community President.

For more information, contact Ronald Fujiyoshi at 808-959-9775 or email:

Bring your friends with you to learn of the injustices of the past, why Marshallese are in Hawaii in growing numbers and the effects of nuclear radiation. An offering will be taken. You are invited to contribute some food to be shared with all after the official part of the event.

Make Hawaii & the Pacific Nuclear-Free & Independent

Prevent Nuclear War –Abolish Nuclear Weapons