It’s been five years since the March 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and nuclear disaster in the Tohoku region of Japan, but the road to recovery continues.
As a supporter, the Japan Society of Northern California invites you to join the JET Program Alumni Association of Northern California (JETAANC) to learn more about life in Tohoku, donate to a good cause, and write messages of hope to the people of Tohoku! Refreshments will be served.
The 113 Project: Reclaiming Tohoku is a compilation of short films of people in Tohoku, Japan, telling their stories and sharing their hopes for revitalization. The mission of the 113 Project is to create a venue for dialogue and action that reclaims the message of the Tohoku disaster as an opportunity for good.
The screening will feature a panel discussion and Q&A with:
At the film screening, you will have an opportunity to donate to the Taylor Anderson Memorial Foundation, benefiting kids and families in Tohoku through a range of powerful educational and family support programs. They are still recovering and are in need of our continued help. Even better, GlobalGiving will match your donation 50%, increasing its impact!
Film tickets are $10.00 each + a web processing fee and available for purchase here.
Presented by JET Program Alumni Association of Northern California (JETAANC)
Co-sponsored by Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California (JCCCNC)