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  • Hibakusha « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    production and deployment Please visit Radiance Project website to learn more about her and her work May 11th Fr Special Interview with Shigeko SASAMORI in Brooklyn New York SD 37min 01sec in English Shigeko SASAMORI a teenager in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb struck on August 6 1945 was one of the 25 Hiroshima Maidens who were brought to New York City in 1955 for reconstructive surgery by Norman Cousins and Rev Hiroshi Tanimoto She has been a disarmament activist ever since May 10th Th East Side Community High School Manhattan 1 47PM 3 24PM Facilitator Kathleen Sullivan Hibakusha Reiko YAMADA Dr Cynthia Miller Interpreter Yuko Morikawa Session 1 Background Imagination Exercise SD 24min 26sec in English Japanese with English Interpretation Hibakusha Stories NYC School Visit East Side Community High School 1 from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo Session 2 Hibakusha Testimony Reiko YAMADA SD 31min 49sec in Japanese with English Interpretation Hibakusha Stories NYC School Visit East Side Community High School 2 from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo Session 3 Hibakusha Testimony Dr Cynthia Miller Students Comments Q A SD 38min 03sec in English Japanese with English Interpretation Hibakusha Stories NYC School Visit East Side Community High School 3 from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo May 9th Wed Lower Manhattan Arts Academy High School Facilitator Debbie Brindis Hibakusha Toshiko TANAKA Dr Cynthia Miller Interpreter Yuko Morikawa Session 1 Background Imagination Exercise SD 15min 13sec in English Hibakusha Stories NYC School Visit Lower Manhattan Arts Academy High School 1 from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo Session 2 Hibakusha Testimony Toshiko TANAKA SD 31min 25sec in Japanese with English Interpretation Hibakusha Stories NYC School Visit Lower Manhattan Arts Academy High School 2 from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo Session 3 Hibakusha Testimony Dr Cynthia Miller Students Questions SD 30min 49sec in English Japanese with English Interpretation Hibakusha Stories NYC School Visit Lower Manhattan Arts Academy High School 3 from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo May 8th Tue Bayside High School Queens Facilitator Kathleen Sullivan Hibakusha Reiko YAMADA Toshiko TANAKA Interpreter Marie Cochrane Session 1 Background Imagination Exercises SD 31min 06sec in English with Japanese Interpretation Hibakusha Stories NYC School Visit Bayside High School 1 from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo Session 2 Hibakusha Testimony Toshiko TANAKA Student Comments SD 43min 32sec in English with Japanese Interpretation Hibakusha Stories NYC School Visit Bayside High School 2 from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo May 7th Mon Harlem Renaissance High School Manhattan Facilitator Kathleen Sullivan Hibakusha Shigeko SASAMORI Reiko YAMADA Interpreter Michie TAKEUCHI Session 1 Background Imagination Exercises SD 43min 32sec in English with Japanese Interpretation Hibakusha Stories NYC School Visit Harlem Renaissance 1 from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo Session 2 Hibakusha Testimony Reiko YAMADA Student Comments SD 49min 17sec in English Hibakusha Stories NYC School Visit Harlem Renaissance 2 from Cinema Forum Fukushima on Vimeo 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

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  • Nagasaki Peace Declaration « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    of nuclear arsenals saying So long as nuclear weapons exist we are not truly safe Nagasaki supports President Obama s approach However there are over 17 000 nuclear warheads still in existence of which at least 90 belong to either the United States or Russia President Obama President Putin please commit your countries to a speedy drastic reduction of your nuclear arsenal Rather than envisioning a nuclear free world as a faraway dream we must quickly decide to solve this issue by working towards the abolition of these weapons fulfilling the promise made to global society There are things that we citizens can do to help realize a nuclear free world other than entrusting the work to leaders of nations only In the preface of the Constitution of Japan it states that the Japanese people have resolved that never again shall we be visited with the horrors of war through the action of government This statement reflects the firm resolution of the Japanese people to work for world peace In order not to forget this original desire for peace it is essential to impart the experiences of war and atomic devastation to succeeding generations We must continue to remember war has taken many lives and caused the physical and mental anguish of a great many more survivors We must not forget the numerous cruel scenes of the war in order to prevent another one People of younger generations have you ever heard the voices of the hibakusha survivors of the atomic bombings Have you heard them crying out No more Hiroshimas no more Nagasakis no more wars and no more hibakusha You will be the last generation to hear their voices firsthand Listen to their voices to learn what happened 68 years ago under the atomic cloud Listen to their voices to find out why they continue to appeal for nuclear abolition You will find that despite much hardship they continue to fight for nuclear abolition for the sake of future generations Please consider whether or not you will allow the existence of nuclear weapons in the world today and in the future world of your children Please talk to your friends about this matter It is you who will determine the future of this world There are many things that we can do as global citizens Nearly 90 of Japanese municipalities have made nuclear free declarations to demonstrate their residents refusal to become victims of a nuclear attack and their resolution to work for world peace The National Council of Japan Nuclear Free Local Authorities comprising of these municipalities celebrates its 30th anniversary this month If any members of such municipalities plan to take any action in accordance with the declaration they have made they shall have the support of the National Council as well as that of Nagasaki and Hiroshima In Nagasaki the Fifth Nagasaki Global Citizens Assembly for the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons will be held this coming November At this assembly residents will play the key

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  • nagasaki city « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    a promise they ve made to the rest of the world In April of 2009 United States President Barack Obama expressed his desire to seek a nuclear free world during a speech in Prague In June this year President Obama stated in Berlin that he would work towards further reduction of nuclear arsenals saying So long as nuclear weapons exist we are not truly safe Nagasaki supports President Obama s approach However there are over 17 000 nuclear warheads still in existence of which at least 90 belong to either the United States or Russia President Obama President Putin please commit your countries to a speedy drastic reduction of your nuclear arsenal Rather than envisioning a nuclear free world as a faraway dream we must quickly decide to solve this issue by working towards the abolition of these weapons fulfilling the promise made to global society There are things that we citizens can do to help realize a nuclear free world other than entrusting the work to leaders of nations only In the preface of the Constitution of Japan it states that the Japanese people have resolved that never again shall we be visited with the horrors of war through the action of government This statement reflects the firm resolution of the Japanese people to work for world peace In order not to forget this original desire for peace it is essential to impart the experiences of war and atomic devastation to succeeding generations We must continue to remember war has taken many lives and caused the physical and mental anguish of a great many more survivors We must not forget the numerous cruel scenes of the war in order to prevent another one People of younger generations have you ever heard the voices of the hibakusha survivors of the atomic bombings Have you heard them crying out No more Hiroshimas no more Nagasakis no more wars and no more hibakusha You will be the last generation to hear their voices firsthand Listen to their voices to learn what happened 68 years ago under the atomic cloud Listen to their voices to find out why they continue to appeal for nuclear abolition You will find that despite much hardship they continue to fight for nuclear abolition for the sake of future generations Please consider whether or not you will allow the existence of nuclear weapons in the world today and in the future world of your children Please talk to your friends about this matter It is you who will determine the future of this world There are many things that we can do as global citizens Nearly 90 of Japanese municipalities have made nuclear free declarations to demonstrate their residents refusal to become victims of a nuclear attack and their resolution to work for world peace The National Council of Japan Nuclear Free Local Authorities comprising of these municipalities celebrates its 30th anniversary this month If any members of such municipalities plan to take any action in accordance with

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  • peace declaration « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    promise they ve made to the rest of the world In April of 2009 United States President Barack Obama expressed his desire to seek a nuclear free world during a speech in Prague In June this year President Obama stated in Berlin that he would work towards further reduction of nuclear arsenals saying So long as nuclear weapons exist we are not truly safe Nagasaki supports President Obama s approach However there are over 17 000 nuclear warheads still in existence of which at least 90 belong to either the United States or Russia President Obama President Putin please commit your countries to a speedy drastic reduction of your nuclear arsenal Rather than envisioning a nuclear free world as a faraway dream we must quickly decide to solve this issue by working towards the abolition of these weapons fulfilling the promise made to global society There are things that we citizens can do to help realize a nuclear free world other than entrusting the work to leaders of nations only In the preface of the Constitution of Japan it states that the Japanese people have resolved that never again shall we be visited with the horrors of war through the action of government This statement reflects the firm resolution of the Japanese people to work for world peace In order not to forget this original desire for peace it is essential to impart the experiences of war and atomic devastation to succeeding generations We must continue to remember war has taken many lives and caused the physical and mental anguish of a great many more survivors We must not forget the numerous cruel scenes of the war in order to prevent another one People of younger generations have you ever heard the voices of the hibakusha survivors of the atomic bombings Have you heard them crying out No more Hiroshimas no more Nagasakis no more wars and no more hibakusha You will be the last generation to hear their voices firsthand Listen to their voices to learn what happened 68 years ago under the atomic cloud Listen to their voices to find out why they continue to appeal for nuclear abolition You will find that despite much hardship they continue to fight for nuclear abolition for the sake of future generations Please consider whether or not you will allow the existence of nuclear weapons in the world today and in the future world of your children Please talk to your friends about this matter It is you who will determine the future of this world There are many things that we can do as global citizens Nearly 90 of Japanese municipalities have made nuclear free declarations to demonstrate their residents refusal to become victims of a nuclear attack and their resolution to work for world peace The National Council of Japan Nuclear Free Local Authorities comprising of these municipalities celebrates its 30th anniversary this month If any members of such municipalities plan to take any action in accordance with the

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  • 2013 August « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    的决心 今年 6 月 奥巴马在柏林的演讲中表示 只要核武器存在 我们就不可能真正安全 表明了他将致 力核裁军 原子弹爆炸受害地支持奥巴马总统的态度 可是 世界上至今仍有 1 万 7 千枚以上的核弹头 其九成以上由美国和俄罗斯持有 奥巴 马总统 普京总统 请你们更快 更大胆地致力于削减核弹头 不要将 无核武器世界 当作 一个遥远的梦想 而应把它作为一个人类必须迅速解决的课题 努力废除核武器 实现和世界 许下的诺言 实现无核武器世界 不能仅依靠国家的领导人 组成市民社会的我们每一个人 也有能做 的事 日本国宪法的序言中写道 不能因政府行为而再次发生战争惨祸 这句话包含了日本国 民追求和平的坚定意志 我们不能忘记战争曾夺走了无数人的生命 战争给人们带来心灵与肉 体上的巨大创伤 战争带来了无数残酷的光景 我们绝对不能让这些再次发生 为了不忘记这 个祈求和平的出发点 我们必须向后代讲述战争的经历 原子弹爆炸受害者的经历 年轻的下一代 你们是否听见过原子弹爆炸受害者的声音 是否听见他们呼吁 不要再重 蹈广岛的历史 不要再重蹈长崎的历史 不要再战争 不要再有原子弹爆炸受害者 的心声 你们是能直接听到原子弹爆炸受害者声音最后的一代 68 年前 蘑菇云下面发生了什么 为何原子弹被炸受害者为了未来竭尽全力不断呼吁废除核武器 请你们倾听一下原子弹爆炸 受害者的心声 您愿意在您生活的世界中 您孩子生活的未来里存在核武器吗 请你们深思一 下 相互讨论一下 因为 未来是由你们决定的 地方的市民也有能做得到的事 我国近 90 的自治体都已发出无核宣言 无核宣言表明市 民拒绝成为核武器受害者 追求和平的决心 由发出宣言的自治体组成的日本无核宣言自治体 协议会在本月迎来了成立 30 周年纪念 大家将宣言付诸于行动时 协议会和原子弹爆炸受害 地也会加入你们的行列 协助你们的行动 今年 11 月 第 5 届 废除核武器 长崎地球市民集会 将在长崎召开 集会将通过市民 的力量 从原子弹爆炸受害地向世界呼吁废除核武器 东京电力福岛第一核电站的事故至今仍未得到解决 核辐射带来的损失目前还在扩大 许 多人平静的生活被突然夺走 并被迫生活在一个看不到未来的环境中 长崎祈祷福岛早日实现 灾后重建 并将继续支援福岛 上个月 原子弹爆炸幸存者山口仙二先生去世了 他一直呼吁废除核武器 为完善对原子 弹爆炸受害者的救护措施而努力 原子弹爆炸幸存者愈益减少 平均年龄已超过 78 岁 我们 再次要求日本政府完善对日渐高龄化的原子弹爆炸幸存者的救护措施 我们向因原子弹爆炸而被夺走了宝贵生命的人们致以哀悼 并在这里宣誓 今后将继续与 广岛市一起 为实现无核武器世界而不懈努力 2013年 平成25年 8月9日 长崎市市长 田上 富久 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 on Global Health and Environment Anonymous on Acabar con la incineración de More Proof That We

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  • Archive / Atomic Bomb Survivors Meet Descendants of Harry Truman and the Manhattan Project « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    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 Share this Twitter Facebook Like this Like Loading Related Post navigation Human Rights Now Physicians for Social Responsibility Peace Boat US Present 和平宣言 3 responses jkmhoffman says April 30 2013 at 3 08 am Reblogged this on kjmhoffman Reply CFF says April 30 2013 at 10 26 am Thank you jkmhoffman Reply CFF says May 3 2013 at 6 43 pm It s nice to read this article after hearing Hibakusha Stories http integrallife com node 224044 Reply Leave a Reply to jkmhoffman Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in Email required Address never made public Name required Website You are commenting using your WordPress com account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Twitter account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Facebook account Log Out Change You are commenting using your Google account Log Out Change Cancel Connecting to s Notify me of new comments via email 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

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  • Dr. Cynthia Miller « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    of radiation and plutonium poisoning whose vision is to advance planetary peace Her father worked as an engineer alongside Dr Robert Oppenheimer on the Manhattan Project the project that envisioned and created the atom bomb and he was eyewitness to the explosions of 131 atomic and hydrogen bombs Reconciling bombs atomic radiation nuclear fallout and war has been Dr Miller s life long focus Dr Miller s story is about the effects of radioactive isotopes at all levels of production and deployment Please visit Radiance Project website to learn more about her and her work 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 Health and Environment Meta Register Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS Blog at WordPress com Instagram By ERFNYC Archives January 2016 May 2015 November

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  • Akira Kawasaki « Cinema Forum Fukushima
    and is offered in cooperation with Peace Boat Mr Robert Croonquist Opening Remark HD 12 min 44 sec in English Q A Session with NYC High School Students HD 32 min 52 sec in English Setsuko Thurlow Testimony HD 13 min 5 sec in English ABOUT SPEAKER Ms Setsuko Thurlow As a 13 year old schoolgirl Setsuko Thurlow found herself in close proximity to the hypocenter of the atomic blast that rocked Hiroshima A survivor of one of the most pivotal events in modern history she shares her experiences in order to sensitize us to the consequences of armed conflict on civilian populations and to promote lasting peace She joined forces with the mayors of Toronto Hiroshima and Nagasaki to establish the Peace Garden in Toronto Over the years she has served with a number of organizations including Voices of Women the Canadian Council of Churches and the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament à Canadian Pugwash Group and Toronto Hiroshima Day Coalition continuing her journey from victim to activist On October 26 2007 she received the Order of Canada Citation in Toronto Ontario Yasuaki YAMASHITA Testimony HD 8 min 56 sec in English ABOUT SPEAKER Mr Yasuaki YAMASHITA When the A Bomb fell on Nagasaki August 9 1945 Yasuaki Yamashita was 6 years old An artist and ceramicist he moved to Mexico in 1968 where he has accepted many invitations to speak about his A Bomb experience These have included schools universities cultural centers a committee of the Mexican Senate and the San Diego Museum of Photographic Arts In 2010 he gave his testimony at a memorial ceremony organized by the Mexico City Government on the occasion of the 65 th Anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombs He feels that it is important to keep alive the memory of the suffering devastation and death that nuclear weapons can cause in the hope that no one will ever use them again Clifton Truman Daniel Testimony HD 5 min 48 sec in English ABOUT SPEAKER Mr Clifton Truman Daniel Clifton Truman Daniel is the oldest grandson of 33 rd US 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 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 2012 Copy Rights East River Films Inc Post navigation 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

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