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"How Can We Create A Nuclear Free World? Hiroshima Day 2011"
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How Can We Create A Nuclear Free World? Hiroshima Day 2011

These shows (VB #81.11&12) feature information, music and poetry from Portland's 2011 Hiroshima Day commemoration. The event was hosted on August 7 by Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR). Particularly powerful was the answer to the event's title, "How Can We Create a Nuclear Free World?", which was, "Not Another Hiroshima, Nagasaki, or Fukushima." The disastrous melt-down of several of Japan's nuclear reactors added to the urgency of the 2011 event.

Once again, PSR held the event at the Japanese American Historical Plaza in Portland's Waterfront Park and co-coordinated with many local peace, social justice, and Japanese American groups. The 2011 event lasted three hours and included a community fair, so these two half-hour shows really condensea lot of information into a relatively short time. Streaming on line courtesy of Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility.

Part 1, section1 (15:16):

Part 1, section 2 (13:18):

For your information, the chapter breaks we assigned for this video are:

Part 1:

  1. 0:00: Opening Credits
  2. 1:15: Portland Taiko Drums
  3. 4:55: Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons: Welcome and introduction
        of Veterans for Peace
  4. 6:38: Gene Ruyle, Oakland Veterans for Peace
  5. 11:02: Himawari (Sunflower) Chorus song
  6. 13:18: Pat Hoover, PSR, remembering Rudy Nussbaum
  7. 15:16: Chisao Hata and friends: "Remember My Face" (start of section 2)
  8. 19:06: Dr. Hideko Tamura Snider, Hiroshima Survivor (about 3:50 into section 2)
  9. 26:09: Portland Taiko and end credits (about 10:53 into section 2)
You can use these times to find a particular section if you want to jump to a certain portion of the show.

Part 2, section 1 (15:00):

Part 2, section 2 (13:33):

Part 2:

  1. 0:00: Opening Credits
  2. 1:15: Portland Taiko Drums: "Ha!"
  3. 5:47: Kathy Kelly, Voices for Creative Nonviolence
        on nukes & drones
  4. 12:01: Sean Egusa, aftermath of the earthquake and
        tsunami in Fukushima
  5. 16:50: Himawari Chorus song (about 1:50 into section 2)
  6. 19:20: Erika Maranowski, 2011 Oregon PSR Greenfield Peace
        Writing Contest winner (about 4:20 into section 2)
  7. 22:54: Rev. Joseph Santos-Lyons: blessing and
        introducing the Slants (about 7:54 into section 2)
  8. 24:25: The Slants: "Sakura, Sakura"
        and end credits (about 9:25 into section 2)

The whole talk (VB #77.12&13) is available for a donation of $11 (DVD/VHS) plus $4 postage and is streaming on line at the Northwest Teaching for Social Justice website .

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