BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20210527T000000Z DTEND:20210527T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong></strong><strong>THIS IS A VIRTUAL EVENT (U.S. PACIFIC TIME)\n</strong>\n\n10<sup> </sup>years since the Fukushima Daiichi Nucle ar Disaster\, many Japanese people\, not to mention the rest of the world\ , have forgotten one of the greatest nuclear disasters in the recent histo ry. Thousands of victims still continue to struggle to this day while Japa n\, eager to move on\, devotes its resources to the Tokyo Olympics. This 2 018 award-winning film by Toshikuni Doi introduces 14 voices from over the 100 people he interviewed since the nuclear disaster.\n\nThe screening wi ll be followed by a Q and A with the Director\, with interpretation by Tsu kuru Fors Lauritzen.\n\n<a href=" NzGFgJwuT7WrfSHbzeX2nQ" target="_blank"><strong>\nREGISTER HERE\n</strong> \n</a><strong>\nSchedule</strong>\n\n4:00 - 4:10 PM  Introduction by Prof essor Katsuya Hirano\n4:10 - 6:20 PM  Screening of "Fukushima Speaks"\n6: 25 - 7:00 PM  Q and A with Director Doi\n\n<strong>\nAbout the Director</ strong>\n\nToshikuni DOI is an independent journalist. He was born in Saga Prefecture\, Japan in 1953. Since 1985\, he has provided on-site reportin g from Palestine and Israel. In April 2009\, he completed a four-part docu mentary movie series “Unheard Voices." The fourth part of that series\, "Breaking the Silence\," was shown in theaters throughout Japan. For his w ork\, Toshikuni DOI was presented with the Waseda Journalism Award in Memo ry of Ishibashi Tanzan and took first place in the Kinema-Junposha Cultura l Film Division. "Life on Foreign Land" and "Fukushima Speaks" were presen ted the awards of documentary film by Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan ese government.\n\nHis chief publications include "Peace Accords" &amp\; P alestine (Asahi Sensho)\, Jews in America\, Palestinian Voice\, Israeli Vo ices\, and Breaking the Silence (all released by Iwanami Shoten).\n\nCo-sp onsored by the Luskin Center for History and Policy and UCLA Asia-Pacific Center.\n\nPromotional Partner: <a href="" ta rget="_blank">JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles</a>\n\nSponsor(s): Asia Pacific Cent er SUMMARY:Global Japan Forum | FUKUSHIMA SPEAKS: Film Screening and Director Q &amp\; A URL:/en/events/2021/05/27/global-japan-forum-fukushima-speaks-film-screen/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR