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Published on Sep 6, 2011
Hiroshima survivor Junko Morimoto gives her first-hand account of the nuclear bomb being dropped on her beloved city. She talks about the explosion, how she survived and then rebuilt her life from scratch, having lost everything.
Junko feels it's her duty, although painful, to keep talking about her experience of survival and to ensure that nuclear weapons are never use again. Junko has joined Australian Red Cross in their campaign to ban the use of nuclear weapons.
For more information, visit targetnuclearweapons.org.au