Tomiko Morimoto West Discusses Hiroshima

Ms. West, former New Paltz Language Immersion Institute professor, was 13 years old living only 2 km from where the Atomic Bomb destroyed Hiroshima putting an end to WWII. She describes the loss of her family and the feeling of loneliness. The discussion was originally scheduled to take place at the library, but the unexpected crowd forced the meeting to be moved to the lecture center. Stay tuned to the Little Rebellion for further follow up.

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