For over thirteen years, Hibakusha Stories brought history into the classroom to inform youth about the dangers of nuclear weapons, nuclear power, and the long-lived ionizing radiation that results from these twin technologies. Nothing is more profound than the first hand witness of the hibakusha to help students find the motivation to work for a world free of nuclear weapons. Hibakusha Stories provides resources for students to pro-actively respond to the real dangers of nuclear weapons through art, science and culture.
Hibakusha Stories director Kathleen Sullivan, PhD, continues to work independently with hibakusha in educational institutions, the United Nations and Non-Governmental Organizations. You may reach her through our Contact page.