August 6th and 9th mark the 76th anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Hundreds of thousands lost their lives on those two horrific days — and more have followed in the years since due to the long term effects of radiation exposure. But, survivors of those attacks and of the nuclear weapons industrial complex are still here, sharing their stories and asking for justice.

Beyond the Bomb is standing in solidarity with organizations worldwide to honor the survivors of the world’s most cruel attack — and in ensuring these weapons are never used again. #CranesForOurFuture is flooding social media with paper cranes folded by activists across the world in a show of solidarity and support.

Each of our volunteers that folded a paper crane in solidarity took the time to answer the question: What does a world without nuclear weapons look like to you?