Discussion on Zoom: One Sunny Day, Remembering Hiroshima
Sunday, August 9, 2020 - 5:55 pm ET
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Atomic bomb survivor Dr. Hideko Tamura Snider, author of "One Sunny Day" and founder of One Sunny Day Initiatives, will speak of her childhood experience of the Hiroshima bombing, and life before and after, on this WILPF US webinar.
In the above photo Dr. Tamura is standing beneath the Enola Gay, the plane which dropped the bomb on Hiroshima, which is on display at the National Air and Space Museum in Cantilly, Virginia. The photographer, Noriko Hansen, gave the photo to Dr. Tamura, who has given permission for us to use it.
Dr. Tamura writes about the Enola Gay, "9,000 feet closer this time and nearly 75 years later, I came to grips with my nightmare and saw it was still a piece of metal without the Men aboard and the order to follow. Culture of war and patriotism on both sides are so dangerous to the Human Race!"
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We’re excited that the first half hour of this webinar will be broadcast internationally by the #HiroshimaNagasaki75 coalition during August 6 and 9 streaming of recorded and live videos from activists around the country and the world. (*PLEASE JOIN OUR ZOOM WEBINAR AT 5:55pm, so we can have the audience in place by the time the livestream starts at 6pm EDT.*)