Hiroshima Gallery Walk Activity

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Students engage in a gallery walk with images from Hiroshima in order to answer the following Essential Questions: How could “peace culture” emerge from the ashes of Hiroshima and the world’s first atomic bomb used as an act of war? How are we connected today to this event that happened on August 6, 1945?

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  • Students will learn what peace culture is and understand the cultural significance of survivors of the atomic bombings sharing their stories.
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