This video says about itself:
Hiroshima Atomic Bombing – That Day: A Survivor’s Story
5 August 2014
‘That Day’, Rebecca & Rich’s first film, was inspired by the story of Kosei Mito, an in-utero survivor of the atomic attack on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945, and the profound effect it had on the film’s producers. This documentary is the focal point of a large multimedia campaign to help abolish nuclear weapons.
By Peter Lazenby in Britain:
Events across Britain call for end to nukes
Monday 8th August 2016
Thousands mark the day Hiroshima burned
THOUSANDS of people in Britain and around the world commemorated the anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in Japan at the weekend.
The blast killed 140,000 people, almost all of them civilians.
More than 20 events were staged in Britain on Saturday, both at major centres such as London, Leeds, Birmingham, Manchester and Bradford, as well as in smaller communities.
In the Pennine town of Hebden Bridge in West Yorkshire an event was staged by Calder Valley branch of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
It included poetry, speeches, and songs from Calder Valley Voices choir.
Chorister and speaker Mim Goldstein told the gathering: “We have to stand united and remember the catastrophic effects of the United States’ attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki 71 years ago.
“At this, the 71st anniversary, we come together in love and peace — and of course determination and anger that these weapons are being stockpiled.
“Our government has just decided to spend £205m on Trident, a system which is unsafe, illegal and can never be used.
“Despite the decision in Parliament there are many reasons to feel hope.
“In Scotland they have said they will not tolerate a nuclear weapons system in their country.
“Also, Jeremy Corbyn is a committed anti-nuclear activist.
“He is the first leader to be committed against nuclear weapons.
“Let us not stand here marking the 80th or 100th anniversary lamenting a missed opportunity.
“We cannot and must not allow a new nuclear weapons system to be developed in this country.”
Commemoration events both mark the anniversary and give momentum to the world-wide campaign for the elimination of nuclear weapons.
Events internationally included 17 rallies in cities across the United States, organised by international nuclear disarmament campaign Global Zero.
Global Zero head Derek Johnson said: “We’re mobilising this weekend to make sure the Democratic and Republican nominees understand the only way to ensure these weapons are never used again is to eliminate all of them, everywhere.
“The next US president has to put that objective at the top of the foreign policy agenda.”
Edward Barber photographed anti-nuclear protests when they were at their most vocal and imaginative. MIKE QUILLE finds much to inspire in his work: here.