Feb. 4, 2021 — New Developments in Japanese Nuclear Weapons Sentiments (Asahi Shimbun)

“Metallic reproductions of paper cranes folded by atomic bombing victim Sadako Sasaki are being developed as durable symbols of peace for distribution around the world.”

“A descendant of Sadako Sasaki, a victim of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima known for her paper cranes, is spreading a new message of peace with a grandson of the man who approved the nuclear attack.”

Boston native forges career in Hiroshima as peace activist

“Officials of Hiroshima and Nagasaki hope an upcoming exhibition at the Battleship Missouri Memorial in Honolulu showing the devastation unleashed by the atomic bombs will “convey the significance of peace beyond nationalities.”

“Setsuko Thurlow, a revered figure in the anti-nuclear movement, marked Jan. 22 with the release in Hiroshima of a documentary film about her life and news that the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons had taken effect, something she had long campaigned for.”

“Several visits to Hiroshima and Nagasaki and exchanges I had with hibakusha will remain as one of the most remarkable moments since I was appointed head of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) delegation in Japan in 2019.”