Takashi Tanemori - Video Intro


Takashi Tanemori (Twitter.com/TakashiTanemori) is one of the few survivors of the August 6, 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima. He lost both of his parents and two sisters to the effects of that weapon, and became an Oyanashigo – a street urchin – who struggled to stay alive by searching waste sites and garbage cans for food, in the ashes of postwar Japan.

Also, see films on War & Peace, Humanity - supported by sponsors. Mr. Takashi Tanemori's Film Channel has arrived - http://www.filmsforaction.org/takeaction/takashi-tanemori-hiroshima-survivor-and-peace-activist-praises-ffas-intent/

Monday, January 27, 2014

Guy’s Daily Paper is out! Edition of 27 January 2014

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27 January 2014
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Disney Princesses With Disabilities Redefine 'Standards Of Beauty'
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