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"An A-bomb Survivor’s Testimony: The Voice of the Hibakusha for Peace"

Keiko Ogura was 8 years old on Aug. 6, 1945, when the U.S. dropped the “Little Boy” atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Later, she married Seattle-born Kaoru Ogura, who served as director of the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Museum. After his death in 1979, Keiko Ogura took up the mission to spread knowledge about the bombings and keep the survivors’ stories alive. She will relate in vivid detail her memories of the moment and the aftermath. A part in the Remembering Hiroshima two-day event at the U of I.