Hiroshima Survivor Visits New Mexico With Peace Delegation

Oct 3, 2013

Soh Horie in KUNM's Studio C.
Credit Paul Ingles
The World Friendship Center was founded 48 years ago to work toward world peace and to eliminate nuclear weapons.  The center sends Peace Ambassador teams to tell stories of survival, hope and rebuilding of Hiroshima, Japan, after the atomic bombing of that city in 1945.   A delegation is in New Mexico this week. Peace Talks Radio producer Paul Ingles sat down with a survivor of the Hiroshima blast, one of the center's Peace Ambassadors.