Nuclear Free Future: Voices From Hibakusha Atomic Bomb Victims: Why We Say With Them “Never Again”
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Dr. John Reuwer, with Physicians for Social Responsibility and a leader in the anti-nuclear peace movement, talks about an exciting opportunity for Vermonters to meet two of the few remaining hibukusha, the Japanese word for the survivors of the atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan in August of 1945. They'll visit our state from September 18-21 for a series of educational programs.
In this Nuclear Free Future conversation, Reuwer talks about why learning from these special people is so important to our survival, especially as the world faces a fork in the road leading to either a new nuclear arms race or an adoption of the Treaty to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.