Japanese American Cultural & Community Center

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Remembering Sadako:Folding for Peace
Friday August 1, 2014- Sunday August 3, 2014

Jackson Browne

JACCC presents its 2nd Annual Remembering Sadako, Folding for Peace, a multi-generational, multi-ethnic event that will promote peace through children, arts, and culture. The event pays tribute to Sadako, who was two years old when the atomic bomb was dropped on August 6, 1945, near her home in Hiroshima, Japan. Sadako and her story of a thousand origami cranes have become international symbols for peace for children around the world.

In Cooperation with the Consulate General of Japan in Los Angeles.

Program events include:

Friday, August 1

• Origami Folding

• Tea Ceremony Display

• Ikebana Display

Saturday, August 2

Concert for Peace: Melissa Manchester

Melissa Machester

Sadako’s Brother Speaks- MASAHIRO SASAKI

Sunday, August 3

Ceremony for Peace

Origami workshops + storytelling by Grateful Crane Ensemble




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