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David Eberhardt Reads his Poetic Remake of “Once to Every Man and Nation.”

By BillyClub - Posted on 09 August 2010

On Friday evening, Aug. 6, 2010, at the Bufano Sculpture Garden, on the campus of the Johns Hopkins U., in Baltimore, MD, a remembrance ceremony was held by the “Hiroshima-Nagasaki Commemoration Committee.” One of the participants in the event was David Eberhardt. He is a peace and social justice activist, an author and poet. See: DavidEberhardt. Mr. Eberhardt read his remake of James Russell Lowell’s hymn, “Once to Every Man and Nation.” Check out: ChristianHymns. Max Obuszewski acted as the moderator for the program. In his halcyon days, Mr. Eberhardt was part of a legendary anti-Vietnam War protest action, n/k/a “The Baltimore Four.” Go to: DavidEberhardt and JonahHouse.


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