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  • Kathleen Sullivan « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    encounters with survivors during recent trips to Hiroshima and Nagasaki Mr Tomihisa Taue Mayor of Nagasaki will be among special guests at the event Presented By Japan Society Youth Arts New York Hibakusha Stories Peace Boat Interpreters Rachel Clark Marie Cochrane Videotaped Edited By East River Films Inc A student in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb was dropped Reiko Yamada saw a flash in the sky and was thrown to the ground by the force of the blast Her sister fortuitously home sick survived while all of her classmates who were mobilized to work in the city center that day perished Ms Yamada vividly remembers and recounts the suffering she observed in her family and neighbors and now is an outspoken critic of atomic weapons Michio Hakariya was at his house located 3 8 km away from the hypocenter when he experienced the bomb flash and bomb blast He sought refuge in an air raid shelter nearby and avoided further exposure to radiation After the war he taught in high schools for 36 years Participation in the 2nd Peace Boat Hibakusha Project in fall 2009 was the starting point for him to start telling his story Mr Hakariya joined the Nagasaki Foundation for the Promotion of Peace to give his testimony and he continues to talk about the true nature of nuclear weapons to young people traveling himself to South East Asia and around the world to do so Clifton Truman Daniel is the oldest grandson of 33rd U S President Harry S Truman and the honorary chairman of the Truman Library Institute in Independence MO A former journalist and public relations executive Mr Daniel is the author of two books on his grandparents Growing Up With My Grandfather Memories of Harry S Truman Birch Lane Press 1995 and Dear Harry Love Bess Bess Truman s Letters to Harry Truman 1919 1943 Truman State University Press 2011 He is currently at work on a book on the survivors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki Dedicated to bringing living history into the classroom in the last three years Hibakusha Stories an initiative of Youth Arts New York passes the legacy of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki to a new generation and empowers them with tools to build a world free of nuclear weapons The organization has brought atomic bomb survivors to over 10 000 high school students throughout the metro area Founded in 1907 Japan Society is a multidisciplinary hub for global leaders artists scholars educators and English and Japanese speaking audiences At the Society more than 100 events each year feature sophisticated topically relevant presentations of Japanese art and culture and open critical dialogue on issues of vital importance to the U S Japan and East Asia An American nonprofit nonpolitical organization the Society cultivates a constructive resonant and dynamic relationship between the people of the U S and Japan 2014 East River Films Inc All Rights Reserved World Wide Post navigation Older posts Newer posts Top Posts Pages 2014

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  • Peace Boat US « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    she supported Dr Sakiyama at Dr Helen Caldicott s Symposium this past March and former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan at the Coalition Against Nuke s Symposium this October As a Communication Coordinator on the 79th Voyage of Peace Boat she interpreted at the Onboard conference for a nuclear power free world and translated its final resolution Currently Rachel resides in New Jersey as she balances her job as an interpreter global coordinator and a volunteer staff member of Peace Boat US New York office Yayoi Hitomi Ms Hitomi is a resident of Fukushima and a secretariat member of the Fukushima Action Project as well as a member of the Fukushima Network to Save Children She is also a writer for the Fukushima local newspaper and web master of Women in Fukushima Against Nuclear Power About the Sponsors Peace Boat US Peace Boat US works to build a culture of peace around the world by connecting people across borders and creating opportunities for learning activism and cooperation We achieve this through programs in which people from the US and around the world participate in voyages onboard the Peace Boat our Japan based partner organization and one of the most unique and creative peace building initiatives in the world Programs combine learning activism advocacy and travel allowing participants to experience the reality of global issues such as the impact of war environmental degradation gender violence poverty and other issues Participants learn through immersion in grassroots peace building that is the Peace Boat experience Coalition of NGOs Peace Boat US United Methodist Women NGO Committee on Sustainable Development NGO Committee on Human Rights NGO Committee on Disarmament Peace and Security Global Family International Council of Women United Religions Initiative Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office The Fukushima Action Project The Fukushima Action Project was established following the announcement that the IAEA s International Atomic Energy Agency announcement that it would establish a research centre in Fukushima Prefecture in 2013 focused on decontamination and health management It also held a Ministerial Meeting on Nuclear Safety at Big Palette in Koriyama City Fukushima Prefecture on December 15 17 2012 The Fukushima Action Project aims to raise awareness about these issues and to provide opportunities for local citizens to learn about what the IAEA is how it functions as an institution and what purpose the information and research collected at the IAEA serves The Fukushima Action Project aims to enable those affected by the TEPCO Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster to monitor the IAEA plans in Fukushima and ensure that their demands are delivered and that the IAEA research activities are conducted to be for the benefit of the people Conveying the fundamental proactive message of the local citizens to protect their own and their children s health lives and futures it also plans to lobby the IAEA Japanese Government and Fukushima Prefecture to conduct their utmost efforts to truly put an end the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster and prevent another Fukushima from

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  • Rachel Clark « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    she supported Dr Sakiyama at Dr Helen Caldicott s Symposium this past March and former Prime Minister of Japan Naoto Kan at the Coalition Against Nuke s Symposium this October As a Communication Coordinator on the 79th Voyage of Peace Boat she interpreted at the Onboard conference for a nuclear power free world and translated its final resolution Currently Rachel resides in New Jersey as she balances her job as an interpreter global coordinator and a volunteer staff member of Peace Boat US New York office Yayoi Hitomi Ms Hitomi is a resident of Fukushima and a secretariat member of the Fukushima Action Project as well as a member of the Fukushima Network to Save Children She is also a writer for the Fukushima local newspaper and web master of Women in Fukushima Against Nuclear Power About the Sponsors Peace Boat US Peace Boat US works to build a culture of peace around the world by connecting people across borders and creating opportunities for learning activism and cooperation We achieve this through programs in which people from the US and around the world participate in voyages onboard the Peace Boat our Japan based partner organization and one of the most unique and creative peace building initiatives in the world Programs combine learning activism advocacy and travel allowing participants to experience the reality of global issues such as the impact of war environmental degradation gender violence poverty and other issues Participants learn through immersion in grassroots peace building that is the Peace Boat experience Coalition of NGOs Peace Boat US United Methodist Women NGO Committee on Sustainable Development NGO Committee on Human Rights NGO Committee on Disarmament Peace and Security Global Family International Council of Women United Religions Initiative Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office The Fukushima Action Project The Fukushima Action Project was established following the announcement that the IAEA s International Atomic Energy Agency announcement that it would establish a research centre in Fukushima Prefecture in 2013 focused on decontamination and health management It also held a Ministerial Meeting on Nuclear Safety at Big Palette in Koriyama City Fukushima Prefecture on December 15 17 2012 The Fukushima Action Project aims to raise awareness about these issues and to provide opportunities for local citizens to learn about what the IAEA is how it functions as an institution and what purpose the information and research collected at the IAEA serves The Fukushima Action Project aims to enable those affected by the TEPCO Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant disaster to monitor the IAEA plans in Fukushima and ensure that their demands are delivered and that the IAEA research activities are conducted to be for the benefit of the people Conveying the fundamental proactive message of the local citizens to protect their own and their children s health lives and futures it also plans to lobby the IAEA Japanese Government and Fukushima Prefecture to conduct their utmost efforts to truly put an end the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant disaster and prevent another Fukushima from

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  • Youth Arts New York / Hibakusha Stories « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    Cynthia Miller daughter of the Manhattan Project s Delos Van Dine will share personal histories with two atomic bomb survivors Shigeko Sasamori and Jong keun Lee Followed by Q A For invited high school groups only Co hosted with Youth Arts New York Hibakusha Stories Main Program 1 2 HD 28 min 20 sec in English Japanese with English Interpretation Clifton Truman Daniel Shigeko Sasamori Jong keun Lee Dr Cynthia Miller Main Program 2 2 HD 27 min 15 sec in English Japanese with English Interpretation Q A HD 14 min 37 sec in English Japanese with English Interpretation Opening Remark HD 3 min 54 sec in English Mr Robert Fish Japan Society Director of Education Family Program Interactive Introduction to Disarmament HD 16 min 39 sec in English Mr Robert Croonquist Youth Arts New York Founder Treasurer Please review last October s event Post navigation Older posts Newer posts Top Posts Pages 2014 April Hibakusha Stories Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident Radioactive Rubbles have reached to the Kitakyushu incinerator plant in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident July 30 2014 CFF Original Supporter Perk T shirt June 12 2014 Godzilla as Metaphor for Nuclear Anxiety 60th Anniversary Release April 25 2014 Upcoming CFF Live Streaming Events from NYC April 24 2014 EXPLORE THE FUNCTION OF FREE WILL April 5 2014 THE REVOLUTION HAS TO COME FROM YOU March 29 2014 Recent Comments 速報 295 日本のメルトダウン on Archive Footage of the NYC Pre Alex

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  • kenji kitahashi « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    further acceptance and incineration of more debris because neither the transport of such radioactive materials nor the burning of it is safe or sound public policy Spreading radioactivity to clean areas is dangerous If such debris is incinerated health threatening dangerous radioactive particles will be emitted into the atmosphere and around the world Other radioactive particles will be in the incinerator ash Even if the incinerator ash is only used for landfill the radioactive cesium in the soil will eventually move to the ocean because it is soluble in water Unless a plant or animal instead carries it into the wind and into someone s lungs or into food and into someone s mouth After the Fukushima Dai ichi disaster Japanese government standards were changed to allow people to be exposed to much more radioactivity than was considered safe before the disaster Before industrial waste with radioactive cesium concentration of 100 becquerels per kilogram Bq kg and higher had to be carefully handled and stored as radioactive waste only at designated facilities Now if radioactive cesium concentration in it is lower than or equal to 8 000 Bq kg that debris can be used for landfill as regular waste There is no scientific health data to justify this 80 times increase in allowable radiation An October 2011 IAEA report about findings on radioactive waste states Large volumes of contaminated material will be generated from massive clean up activities in urban agriculture forest and aquatic areas that are affected mostly by radioactive cesium releases The material would include soil organic material vehicles buildings road material aqueous liquids trees and stumps contaminated with Cs 134 and Cs 137 The radioactivity content of the contaminated material ranges from a few to several tens of thousands of Bq kg It is hardly possible to measure accurate radioactive cesium concentration in debris to be transported to other parts of Japan including Kitakyushu We should never leave a such a dangerous and long lasting legacy to our offspring We should stop spreading radioactive contamination and preserve the land air and water of Kyushu We can help people who more directly suffered from the terrible disaster to recuperate in the clean environment of Kyushu Accordingly we call for Kitakyushu Mayor Kenji KITAHASHI to 1 Please stop accepting and incinerating the disaster related debris immediately since its safety cannot be ensured 2 Please support and reinforce measures to help the people of Tohoku areas near Fukushima Dai ichi with high radioactive contamination such as continued admission of evacuees for respite and recuperation Post navigation Older posts Newer posts Top Posts Pages 2014 April Hibakusha Stories Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident Radioactive Rubbles have reached to the Kitakyushu incinerator plant in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global

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  • ONLINE PETITION TO STOP BURNING OF RADIOACTIVE DISASTER DEBRIS IN KITAKYUSHU « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    disaster to recuperate in the clean environment of Kyushu Accordingly we call for Kitakyushu Mayor Kenji KITAHASHI to 1 Please stop accepting and incinerating the disaster related debris immediately since its safety cannot be ensured 2 Please support and reinforce measures to help the people of Tohoku areas near Fukushima Dai ichi with high radioactive contamination such as continued admission of evacuees for respite and recuperation Share this Twitter Facebook Like this Like Loading Related Post navigation STOPPEN SIE DIE VERBRENNUNG RADIOAKTIVEN MÜLLS IN KITAKYUSHU PETIÇÃO ONLINE PARA ACABAR COM A QUEIMA DOS DETRITOS RADIOACTIVOS EM KITAKYUSHU E KYUSHU Região Sudoeste do Japão 9 responses Pingback 震災がれきの受け入れと焼却の拒否を北橋健治北九州市長に求める署名 Cinema Forum Fukushima E lyse O Connor says June 1 2012 at 3 51 am Please let us help We know you are a proud capable people Reply Pingback Online Petition To Stop Burning Of Radioactive Disaster Debris In Kitakyushu 1001suns Pia says September 18 2012 at 12 23 pm It is a shame that no international person with any power has publicly tried to stop this What kind of humans are we Reply CaptD says September 18 2012 at 12 28 pm Salute to all those brave enough to sign this petition and have spoken out instead of remaining silent while we are being Nuked Attention All Japanese People almost all your Leaders are in Nuclear Denial and unless they keep your reactors shut down you may have ONE OR MORE Trillion Dollar Eco DisasterFukushima s because Fukushima proved that Nature can destroy any land based nuclear reactor any place anytime 24 7 365 A year and a half exactly after Fukushima s Trillion Dollar Eco Disaster Japan is the now the poster boy for a Country that is controlled by the Nuclear Industry and their Utility Gangs The Nuclear Mafia Derails Democracy In Japan http www japansubculture com the nuclear mafia derails democracy in japan comment 7846 This is one of the most well written articles on this Nuclear Debacle BTW It contains a great number of links to back up all points Reply CaptD says September 18 2012 at 12 30 pm Why can t the UN get involved in radioactive issues Here is the answer READ Nuclear Controversies http is gd 9wfPeU snip In 1995 the Director General of WHO Dr Hiroshi Nakajima tried to inform on Chernobyl by organizing in Geneva an international conference with 700 experts and physicians This tentative was blocked The International Agency for Atomic Energy blocked the proceedings which were never published The truth on the consequences of Chernobyl would have been a disaster for the promotion of the atomic industry This film shows the discussions at the following WHO congress in Kiev in 2001 that lead to the fatal disregarding of internal radiation consequences throughout the nuclear world The full transcript can be found here vivretchernobyl blogspot com 2008 06 w tchertkof nuclear controversies html Reply CaptD says September 18 2012 at 12 33 pm Where will this radioactive pollution go when it

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  • radioactive rubble « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    diluting their responsibility to the citizenry by moving the debris all over and burning it By doing this they are eliminating any control group for the next 10 years at least of a concentration of cancers heart disease mutations and other debilitating life threatening diseases Arnie Gundersen Dr Christopher Busby talk about Radioactive Rubble Relocation Incineration Arnie Gundersen talks about Radioactive Rubble Relocation Incineration in Tokyo recorded on Dec 29th 2011 Transporting Radioactive Rubble from Ishinomaki City to Kitakyushu on May 19th 2012 The Photo Courtesy by Kyodo Tsushin A City worker measuring Cecium at the Hiagari Incinerator Plant on May 23rd 2012 The measurement has not been announced The photo courtesy by Kyodo Tsushin Please send your voice to the mayor of Kitakyushu Kenji KITAHASHI at the Mayor office phone number 81 93 582 2127 or 81 93 582 2411 Leave your comment to the Kitakyushu Mayor s office website and see English translated instruction To fax the mayor at 81 93 562 0701 via internet free fax services Post navigation Older posts Newer posts Top Posts Pages 2014 April Hibakusha Stories Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident Radioactive Rubbles have reached to the Kitakyushu incinerator plant in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident July 30 2014 CFF Original Supporter Perk T shirt June 12 2014 Godzilla as Metaphor for Nuclear Anxiety 60th Anniversary Release April 25 2014 Upcoming CFF Live Streaming Events from NYC April 24 2014 EXPLORE THE FUNCTION OF FREE WILL

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  • Hibakusha Stories « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    the atomic bomb against Hiroshima and Nagasaki Two survivors Ms Reiko Yamada survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Mr Michio Hakariya survivor of the 1945 atomic bombing of Nagasaki share their reflections remembrances and personal testimonies with Truman s grandson Mr Clifton Truman Daniel Mr Daniel will recount his own journey toward understanding this event including encounters with survivors during recent trips to Hiroshima and Nagasaki Invited high school groups will be at Japan Society to hear these eyewitness accounts and reflect on the events that shape their own personal narratives Mr Tomihisa Taue Mayor of Nagasaki and Mr Kazumi Matsui Mayor of Hiroshima will be among the guests Past Hibakusha Stories program on Cinema Forum Fukushima Post navigation Newer posts Top Posts Pages 2014 April Hibakusha Stories Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident Radioactive Rubbles have reached to the Kitakyushu incinerator plant in the south island of Japan Recent Posts 2015 April Hibakusha Stories January 11 2016 2015 May A Concert for Disarmament May 27 2015 2014 May Hibakusha Stories November 24 2014 2014 April Hibakusha Stories November 17 2014 Global Health and Environment in the Post 2015 Agenda Lessons from the Fukushima nuclear accident July 30 2014 CFF Original Supporter Perk T shirt June 12 2014 Godzilla as Metaphor for Nuclear Anxiety 60th Anniversary Release April 25 2014 Upcoming CFF Live Streaming Events from NYC April 24 2014 EXPLORE THE FUNCTION OF FREE WILL April 5 2014 THE REVOLUTION HAS TO COME FROM YOU March 29 2014 Recent Comments 速報 295 日本のメルトダウン on Archive Footage of the NYC Pre Alex on Global Health and Environment Anonymous on Acabar con la incineración de More Proof That We A on Global Health and Environment Japan Newspaper Th on Global

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