Human Rights Month

April is Human Rights Month at Central Michigan University

Human Rights Month

HIBAKUSHA - are the surviving victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

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The Atomic Bomb Survivor’s Certificate (Hibakusha Certifcate) which entitles the holder to free medical assistance

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Celebrate Human Rights this April at CMU
FREE EDUCATIONAL EVENTS, OPEN TO ALL:

1) SKYPE SESSION WITH HIBAKUSHA FROM HIROSHIMA
Tuesday March 25, 8pm/Park Library Auditorium
Please visit the
International Criminal Court Student Network for an open
house and reception in the Baber Room before hand (6:30pm)

2) THE MEMORY OF HIROSHIMA: HIBAKUSHA VISIT TO CMU
Friday, April 4, 2pm/Park Library Auditorium
Dr. Yuki Miyamoto, author of “
Beyond the Mushroom Cloud who grew up
in Hiroshima joins Ms. Masuoka (a Hibakusha now residing in Chicago)
in the sharing of memories, experiences and lessons learned from the bombings.

3) THE HEART OF THE MATTER: STORIES OF STRUGGLES FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Wednesday, April 9, 5:30-6:45pm/Kiva, Moore Hall
Language Arts students perform stories and poetry that dramatize the pain and resilience
of children denied their human rights in the U.S.

4) A REVOLUTION OF THOUGHT: HIROSHIMA, NAGASAKI & THE PURSUIT OF PEACE
Throughout April 2014/Anspach Hall, First Floor
30 poster exhibition on Hiroshima and Nagasaki courtesy of the Hiroshima
Peace Memorial Museum

Human Rights Month is sponsored by the Center for Professional & Personal Ethics


HIBAKUSHA - are the surviving victims of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

hibakusha hiroshima certificate small
The Atomic Bomb Survivor’s Certificate (Hibakusha Certifcate) which entitles the holder to free medical assistance