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The Crimes of Hirohito

Foundation Honoring Nanjing Massacre Survivors

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San Francisco, CA

The Crimes of Hirohito

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“The Crimes of Hirohito: A Grand Jury Trial” Premieres in San Francisco

This spring, Foundation Honoring Nanjing Massacre Survivors premieres Iris Chang’s "The Crimes of Hirohito: A Grand Jury Trialat the Mojo Theatre March 26th thru March 30th.

The characters of Iris Chang, famous activist and Nanking historian, and Minnie Vautrin, known as the “American Goddess” for her role in protecting refugees in Gingling College, will be featured in this condemnation of the Japanese military and leadership during the Pacific Asia War for unspeakable crimes against humanity. Witness testimony will be pulled from survivors of the Nanking Massacre, Comfort Women, and Bataan Death March. Emperor Hirohito, one of the biggest war criminals in history who reigned unpunished until his death in 1989, will undergo this mock trial for his aggressive promotion of Japanese expansion and war crimes during World War II. 


“The Crimes of Hirohito” will be presented at the Mojo Theatre (2940 16th St Ste 217 San Francisco, CA 94103) from Wednesday, March 26th thru Sunday, March 30th.   


Opening night March 26th will feature special opportunities for press participation and March 27th will include a gala following that evening's presentation.

7pm- Admission 

7:30pm- Curtain Opens

9pm- Discussion

Sunday Show

2pm- Admission

2:30- Curtain Opens

4p- Discussion

Have questions about The Crimes of Hirohito? Contact Foundation Honoring Nanjing Massacre Survivors


Mojo Theatre
2940 16th St #217
San Francisco, CA 94103


Foundation Honoring Nanjing Massacre Survivors

We honor the wishes of Nanking Massacre survivors to raise awareness about the history through art and discussion.

1.     Commemorate the history of Nanjing Massacre

2.     Educate the public by utilizing different artistic mediums including theater, photo exhibitions, and documentaries.

3.     Build a diverse community of supporters in the Bay Area that support peace and fight against genocide denial

4.     Encourage dialogues on humanity, peace, and global community.


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