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Hiroshima, Japan

 

Peace: A world without borders

Posted by JoAnn Sims on June 9, 2012
Categories: Japan , BVS
What if people could travel from one area to another without hostility? If there were no borders would countries need weapons to keep people out or in? Where is Hiroshima’s hope that the world will become one in peace today?
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A Good Samaritan story

Posted by Larry & JoAnn Sims on May 19, 2012
Categories: Japan , Peace
“ Our guest just arrived and he is very sick. What shall we do?”
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Peace concert

Posted by Church of the Brethren on May 1, 2012
Categories: Japan
The World Friendship Center sponsored a “One World, Peace Concert” in Hiroshima, featuring American peace folk singer, Mike Stern, Asaka Watanabe, WFC Peace Choir director, and Japanese musicians sharing songs of peace. The concert was held in the Memorial Cathedral for Peace on April 13, 2012 to an audience of over 400 people.
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Unplug Nuclear Power, Now!

Posted by Larry & JoAnn Sims on March 29, 2012
Categories: Japan
On March 11, 2012 people of Hiroshima including several people from World Friendship Center gathered first at Peace Memorial Museum to hear a series of experts share their views on the nuclear disaster then second, moving to a gathering at the A-bomb dome.
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