Hiroshima survivors, SFSU students uphold the power of stories

April 19, 2014

Golden Gate Xpress, the San Franciscio State University campus newspaper, carried a feature story about the Dilena Takeyama Center's April 1 program "Stories of Hiroshima" featuring presentations by filmmaker Kathy Sloane and Tokyo-based researcher Masaya Nemoto.

In "Hiroshima survivors and students alike uphold the power of storytelling," reporter Kyle Da Sylva observed that "the healing process for the victims and witnesses of the traumatic bombing of Hiroshima is a never-ending battle." For that reason, program participants, including some Hiroshima survivors who were in attendance, concluded that it is important to continue to tell the story to warn future generations against repeating history.

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