Viewing and Discussing the Film “a hope of NAGASAKI“
The Japanese/American Peace Alliance (JAPA) is a group of people who long for world peace and take actions as ordinary individuals. JAPA started monthly peace meetings a year and a half ago. As the only country to have experienced American atomic bombings and having eventually created harmony with the United States, Japan has something to say to the world today. We have something of vital importance to pass on to the next generations in this world.
Please join us in viewing this documentary film titled “a hope of NAGASAKI” (2021) with English subtitles, in which Nagasaki survivors share their thoughts and feelings toward peace, together with people from other countries. This is a ZOOM event. After we view the film, we will hold a discussion with everyone invited to participate. The director of the film will also join us.
The details of the event are as follow.
Date of Event:
in US April 9,4 PM-6 PM
in Japan April 10, 8 AM-10 AM
in UK April 9, 11 PM- 1 AM, April 10
in China, Taiwan, Korea April 10, 7 AM-9 AM
* Please check the time of an area which is not listed above.
Fee: Free of Charge
Please note: The event may be changed or cancelled without notice.
Please contact Junko Hosomi at jun88hsm(a)yahoo.co.jp to participate. (Replace (a) with @ when you send email to Junko.) If you can read Japanese, then please register at https://hopenagsaki.peatix.com/. The ZOOM link will be sent to you accordingly. We can have up to 100 participants on a first-come-first-serve basis.
The conversation will basically be in English, as we are a multinational group.
Please note that no interpreters will be provided.
We look forward to your participation.
Written and posted by Mika Nakahara