Breaking Atoms - Broken Lives: Hiroshima/Nagasaki to Fukushima
“Breaking Atoms - Broken Lives,” an eyewitness account of current conditions inFukushima17 months after the tsunami and nuclear reactor melt-down, will be offered free to the public atMauiCollegeon Sunday, August 5 at6:30 pmin thePilinaBuildingmulti-purpose room. Kay Fukumoto, President of Maui Taiko, will provide an update, with video and photos, on the living conditions of people displaced by theFukushimadisaster. Fukumoto was a member of a nine person team of Maui Taiko drummers who traveled toEastern Japanin June as ambassadors of aloha.
The program also includes live koto music, Maui Izanai-Yosakoi dancers and a short performance by Maui Taiko.
The public is invited to come between5:30and6:30 pmto learn to make and then take home origami cranes. Refreshments will be served to all after the program. Sponsored by the UH Maui College Peace Club and the Hiroshima/Nagasaki Commemoration Committee, a coalition ofMauiorganizations and individuals.
Date: Sunday, August 5th, 2012
Time: 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Cost: Free, public invited
Categories: Non-Profit Community Event, FREE, Cultural / Ethnic, Concerts / Music
UH Maui College Pilina Multi-Purpose room, upstairs in the Student Lounge Building
UH Maui College campus
Kahului, HI USA 96732
Island Area: Central Maui
Location Specifics: Kahului