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March 10 (Sunday) 2:00-4:30 Center for Korean Studies Auditorium
The Departments of Women’s Studies and Religion along with participating community groups will host a special event, Japan After 3.11: Change and
Hope from the Center of Triple Disasters, a public symposium to commemorate the second anniversary of the 3.11 triple disasters (earthquake, tsunami,
and nuclear crisis) that devastated the North Eastern region of Japan.
Speakers will include Yuko Nishiyama, a Fukushima mother and activist, who will discuss her experience of the nuclear crisis and the struggles evacuees face. Kelsey Soma Turek, from the Japan-America Society of Hawaii, will address Rainbow for Japan Kids, a program that brings children from the effected regions of Japan to Hawaii for respite. We will also have a
video message from Senator Mazie Hirono who was born in Fukushima Prefecture.
Parking on campus is free.