College Student Projects Students at Musashi University produced a 42-minute film entitled Voices that Moved the World based partly on information about the hibakusha provided by Nihon Hidankyo. One of the students in the project said, “I am moved by the people who kept sitting [demonstrating] in front of the Ministry of Health and keep struggling for justice. I am overwhelmed and awed by their persistent actions and strong will to correct injustice.” At Showa Women’s University, students pursued a project to convey information about World War II to future generations. They referred to 6,000 pieces of Nihon Hidankyo’s archived materials and interviewed the hibakusha in person. One student observed that the “hibakusha’s anger at the atom bomb may have been personal at first. Through the movement of Nihon Hidankyo their feelings have converged and united.” Mr. Jiro Hamasumi (center), a Hiroshima survivor, and students at the meeting, “Connecting the Survivors’ Voices to the Future,” Musashi University, December 15th, 2018. Photograph courtesy of Nihon Hidankyo. Students of Showa Women’s University listen to the testimony by Mr. Sueichi Kido, a Nagasaki survivor. March 2019. Photograph courtesy of Nihon Hidankyo. Ms. Yoshie Kurihara, a former staff member of Hidankyo, explains activities of the hibakusha to a student of Musashi University, October 2018. Photograph courtesy of Nihon Hidankyo.