Documentary Film “8:15 Hiroshima | From Father To Daughter” First Global Online Screening Event (August 6-9) For The 77th Anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki A Riveting First Person Account of Teen Hiroshima Survivor to Remind The World of The Horrors of Nuclear War And The Power of Love and Forgiveness, Free from August 6th through 9th, 2022 (All Time Zones) San Diego, California— July 7, 2022 — Today, Film 8:15
I send this message to you as a representative of the citizens of Nagasaki on the occasion of the International Peace and Humanity Day 2022. I extend my deep respect and gratitude to San Diego-WISH, the organizers of this event, for your continued efforts to promote peace and harmony among all people, cultures and nations. I commend you for your efforts toward expanding mutual understanding and respect among all peop
Dear Friends of San Diego-WISH and Global Citizens, As Governor of Hiroshima Prefecture, I am sending this message to all of you from Hiroshima as the world is watching Hiroshima Peace Memorial Ceremony. I would like to emphasize the importance of learning and remembering the history of Hiroshima and Nagasaki from 77 years ago, so as not to ever repeat the nuclear tragedy. At the same time, I would also like all peop
Message from the Mayor of Hiroshima It is both my honor and pleasure to send this message on the occasion of the International Peace and Humanity Day 2022 Seventy-seven years ago, a single atomic bomb instantly reduced our city to a scorched plain, bringing cruel death to countless innocent victims and leaving those who managed to survive with profound lifelong physical and emotional trauma due to radiation, fear of
Gabriela Rincon, from Tijuana, Mexico, is a junior in the International Relations Major at the Autonomous University of Baja California. As the Youth Ambassador for Peace of the 2015 International Peace & Humanity Day, Gabriela presented a message for peace. She addressed the the massive costs of history’s violence and warfare and the need for our attention as species to focus towards peace. Gabriela’
Adam Khan (age 9) from London, United Kingdom, is an American, British, and Australian citizen with Indian and Pakistani heritage. As an incoming 5th grader at the King’s College Junior School in Wimbledon, he received the highest honor for his WWII history project and continued on to published a book containing interviews with WWII veterans and survivors. Adam, as the Child Ambassador for Peace of this year
Dr. Akiko Mikamo will be giving a keynote at “Seventy Years After Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Nuclear Abolition and Passing on Atomic Bomb Survivors’ Accounts of the Atrocities” international symposium held at the Hiroshima City University Peace Institute. The symposium will take place on July 20, 2015 from 1:00pm – 5:00pm (Japan time).