Subscribe to our newsletter
Check out our previous newsletters
Happy 3rd Birthday (8/6/13), Engaging Peace! Please support our continuing work.
Support Engaging Peace by shopping at Amazon.com through this link. Thanks!
- Liz Dorso on Do we have a right to rights?
- Divij Patwardhan on “Lone” gunman? Think again.
- Gold Dust Twin on Do we have a right to rights?
- Divij Patwardhan on Jared Loughner in the “mecca for prejudice”
- Divij Patwardhan on Do we have a right to rights?
- Jeremy Wernick on Intolerance, cohesion, and killing in religion, Part 1
- Divij Patwardhan on Resisting domestic violence
- Jiyoung Won on Poverty: The worst violence, Part 1
- Jiyoung Won on Do we have a right to rights?
- Gold Dust Twin on Giving thanks for peace
Tag Archives: Japan
December 7, 1941, August 6, 1945. August 9, 1945. How should these days be remembered? Only for the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and the American atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? As days that must live in infamy? … Continue reading
More than 60 years ago, the first atomic weapons were dropped on Japan. Today about 200,000 Hibakusha–survivors of those attacks–live as reminders of the nuclear horror that devastated the country…. Continue reading
Moving to California, I married and began raising three boys. It was the time of World War II, with its nuclear atrocities that wiped out vast portions of my beloved Japan. All too soon again … Continue reading