This uniform belonged to a Japanese “mobilized youth,” one of the many children in Hiroshima working on the war effort when we dropped the atom bomb. Actually, *this* uniform belonged to *many* children. It was stitched together from scraps of what was left.
Archive for August 5th, 2010
- I love tidepools. #ranchopalosverdes #losangeles #sacredcove @ Sacred Cove instagram.com/p/0yUQgpg-tT/ 8 hours ago
- Portuguese Point. #ranchopalosverdes #losangeles @ Rancho Palos Verdes - Abalone Cove Shoreline Park instagram.com/p/0yK2PXA-oE/ 10 hours ago
- RT @Harvard: "Search until you find a passion and go all out to excel in its expression." hvrd.me/KUSKb http://t.co/4t1mRDXeLR 10 hours ago
- RT @ianpatrickhines: You can now use almost any supporter database variable imaginable in a @NationBuilder email blast. That’s huge. http:/… 14 hours ago
- RT @jgilliam: Sally's @MrAlpenglow portrait happening tonight @nationbuilder http://t.co/D59hpoQQ4l 14 hours ago