Aug 6, 2020 • 33M
Daughters of the Bomb: A Story of Hiroshima, Racism and Human Rights
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On the 75th anniversary of the A-bomb, a Japanese-American writer speaks to one of the last living survivors—and traces connections from Malcolm X to the fight to end nuclear war.
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