One Sunny Day Initiatives
Founded in 2007, OSDI educates the public about the consequences of the
use of nuclear weapons and plants seeds of peace, hope and reconciliation
among people of the world through educational presentations and cultural
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One Sunny Day
Hideko Tamura Snider was 10 years old, living with her family in Hiroshima,
Japan, when the atomic bomb destroyed that city and killed or injured over
100,000 people. In this eloquent
and moving memoir, Hideko recalls her life before the bomb, the explosion
itself, and the influence of that trauma on her life in Japan
and the United States.
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Hideko Tamura Snider
Since 1979, Hideko Tamura Snider has been interviewed on radio and TV, and
has appeared before professional organizations, university classes, and community
groups across the United States and in her native Japan, telling her story
and working toward peace and nuclear nonproliferation.
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