「YES PEACE! 伝えたい 核とヒバクシャ」を歌で締めくくるのは、シンガーソングライターのしらいみちよさん。
今年４月のアースデイ東京でのSDGs ハッピーアースパレードで作ってもらった歌「YES PEACE! 」について、「戦争という名のもと、命をかけて今の平和を残して下さった方々への懺悔と感謝から生まれました。そしてその平和の上にあぐらをかくことなく、もう二度と武器をもたない世界を作るんだという私自身の誓いでもあります」と語っています。
しらいみちよさんプロフィール コーラスグループ「和田弘とマヒナスターズ」の女性ボーカルとして活躍後、自分の音楽を探し求め、旅を続ける。富山県八尾町の祭り『風の盆』との出会いをきっかけに、、日本のわび・さびを音や間で表現する独自のジャンル「音風流」を確立する。Ｓ.スピルバーグ率いるドリームワークス制作のアニメ映画「プリンスオブエジプト」の シンガーに選ばれ主題歌を唄うなどの音楽活動の一方で、森の再生、生き物たちの生態系保護にも関わり、阪神淡路大震災や東日本大震災の鎮護の桜の植樹などを続けている。
We know that the Russian attack on nuclear power plants in Ukraine and nuclear threats are causing many of you to feel an unprecedented sense of urgency.
Although we, too, feel helpless, we have been thinking about what we can do as a non-profit organization, the World Hibakusha Exhibition, and have decided to provide you with a symbolic photographs.
These photographs, titled "Hibakusha: Hatsuko Tominaga" and "Hibakusha: Motoyo Fujiwara," are the work of Ittetsu Morishita, a photographer who took photographs of Hibakusha in Hiroshima and Nagasaki for nearly half a century and died last year. Ittetsu Morishita founded the World Hibakusha Exhibition 20 years ago with the aim of raising public opinion for a nuclear-free world.
The following two photographs are provided.
Photo 1: TOMINAGA Hatsuko
The white specks in her eyes are atomic cataracts.
A sharp pain runs through her body constantly, causing her to distort her eyebrows.
(1977, Eba, Hiroshima MORISHITA Ittetsu)
Photo 2: FUJIWARA Motoyo
When the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima, Ms.FUJIWARA, who was helping to evacuate the city, was working near the Fukuya department store, 600 meters from the hypocenter.
Her five-year-old daughter and seventeen-year-old son died one month after the bombing. After that, she was alone and working hard, until becoming ill at the age of 91.
In this photo, you can see scars and burns on her arms and hands; they caused her much pain, especially in winter.
(1977, Hakushima, Hiroshima MORISHITA Ittetsu)
These photos, along with "Stop attacks on nuclear power plants!", "Don't use nuclear weapons!", "Don't threaten with nuclear weapons.", and "Peace in We thought that by having messages such as "Ukraine!" used together, we could contribute to sending a strong message around the world.
These photos are representative of a series of photos of A-bomb survivors that won the Grand Prix for the Peace and Nationality Award in the International Documentary Art Photo Contest "Humanity and Peace" to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the USSR.
I would like to think that it was some kind of mistake to use works that were appreciated by the Russian people on these occasions, but I am sure that many of the Russian people never wanted war either.
We, with all people, would like to overcome the nuclear crisis and see peace return to Ukraine.
If you wish to use them, please download the photos below.
We hope that these photos, which are filled with the thoughts and feelings of the Hibakusha, will be of some help to you.