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2017 / Little Tokyo Rotary Club to host talk event by daughter of first U.S. diplomat assigned to Hiroshima after the Atomic-bombing, April 25

Charcoal Girl

Rotary Club of Little Tokyo will host talk event “My Hiroshima story: Waging peace after the A-Bomb” at Miyako Hotel, 328 East First Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 on Tuesday, April 25 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Costs are $35 per person including refreshments and snack buffet. The event is open to Rotary...
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2015 / Nibei Lecture: Building bridges across cultures and conflicts, by Farida Fotouhi on Nov. 17

Nibei Lecture by Farida Fotouhi

Nibei Foundation, non-profit Japanese-American Cultural Center, presents Nibei Foundation Powerful Networking Meeting Lecture Series Tuesday, Nov. 17, 7:00 – 8:00 pm Presentation by Ms. Farida Fotouhi, author of “Charcoal Girl” Admission free Farida Fotouhi, who send her childhood in Hiroshima in 1950s, post-A-bomb era, was featured in the NHK documentary film “Kokoro o Tsunagu...
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2015 / Nibei’s lecture series to feature American girl’s experience in 1954 Hiroshima, Mar. 24

Nibei Charcoal Girl by Farida Fotouhi

The Nibei Foundation will feature Ms. Farida Futouhi, author of “Charcoal Girl – Meeting the Ghost of the A-Bomb in 1954 Hiroshima” as the speaker of the Powerful Networking Meeting Lecture Series on Tuesday, March 24, at Tersaki Foundation Laboratory Building, 11570 West Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90064. Admission free. The dinner with...
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