According to a recent Takeaway-Harris poll, more and more people (62 percent) say they feel comfortable speaking out and challenging their abusers. But when digging into those numbers, a different story unfolds.
Hiroshima's A-bomb survivors know all about the fear of radiation: their own fear and other people's fear of them. Now they are helping people who lived in Fukushima's nuclear danger zone deal with some of the same issues.
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