2019 / Hiroshima Atomic bombing survivor’s testimonial in Glendale Central Library, Nov. 16

Los Angeles based Shadows For Peace invites the public to hear a story of Toshiharu Kano who was in his mother’s womb when an Atomic bomb was dropped in Hiroshima in 1945.

Toshiharu Kano is an author of “Passport to Hiroshima: the unthinkable, inspiring journey of a Japanese-American family” and gifted speaker who views the world through a lens of humor and hope.

“Shadows For Peace: The Hiroshima & Nagasaki Experience” will be held on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019, 2:00-4:00 pm at Glendale Central Library, 222 E. Harvard Street, Glendale, CA 91205.

These also include edited segments of survivor testimonial and historical footage as well as a moderated Q&A panel for public interaction.

The moderator of the event will be Robert M. Horsting, producer of “Shadows For Peace: The Hiroshima & Nagasaki Experience.”

“Shadows For Peace: The Hiroshima & Nagasaki Experience” is a speaker forum series featuring Hibakusha (Bomb affected people) who share their stories of survival, compassion and their hope for all of us, that there are no more “bomb affected people” in this world.

For more information. contact (818) 548-2021.