(Original text in Japanese below) Worries Ayumi G. Since 3/11, worries constantly haunt my body and I cannot let go of them. I read in a book that similar worries are often found as a common psychological response among hibakushas. “Maybe one day I will be struck by a disease, one day my children and … Continue reading Worries
3.11 – How many times have we recorded dates like this? Year after year these monuments of negativity were renewed, and history was fabricated as if we had moved into another stage of life without seeing off the end of previous events. When did it begin? What was the origin? Why did it happen? Trying to pull the tangled threads of history into my hands, they fall off through my fingers and I am left at loss and despair. I ask myself what kind of future I should be seeking from now on.
by TODOS SOMOS JAPON Jaime Plym (right) and Maurice Enis (left) speak at FUKUSHIMA FALLOUT in Stony Point, NY. Photo courtesy of Sachiko Akama | ニューヨークでのイベントFUKUSHIMA FALLOUTで話すジェイミー・プリムさん（右）とモーリス・エニスさん（左）写真：赤間幸子 (English transcript is below Japanese – scroll down to read: We Just Want to Have a Family – An Interview with former US Sailors Jaime Plym and Maurice … Continue reading We Just Want to Have a Family – An Interview with former U.S. Sailors Jaime Plym and Maurice Enis
by TODOS SOMOS JAPON (Photo: Takumi Sakamoto – Goldenrods grow tall in the abandoned rice fields in Fukushima.) 【日本語は下部に掲載。スクロールダウンしてお読みください。】 Voluntary Evacuation: A New Form of Struggle A Conversation with Takako Shishido by Todos Somos Japon (1) June 23, 2012, NYC Takako Shishido (TS) Ayumi Hirai (AH) Sabu Kohso (SK) Yuko Tonohira (YT) Yuko Tonohira: Today … Continue reading Voluntary Evacuation: A New Form of Struggle – A Conversation with Takako Shishido (1)