One Sunny Day Initiatives
Founded in 2007, OSDI educates the public about the consequences of the use of nuclear weapons and plants seeds of peace, hope and reconciliation among people of the world, through educational presentations and cultural exchange programs. View photos
Since 1979, Hideko Tamura Snider has been interviewed on radio and TV, and has appeared before professional organizations, university classes, and community groups across the United States and in her native Japan, telling her story and working toward peace and nuclear nonproliferation.Read more about her work...
Tinian/Saipan visit (12/22/15~1/5/16) Peace Tree book delivery for the children of Tinaian to Mayor, Joey San Nicolas. Book reading at the Tinian Youth Center, Lecture for the Northern Marianas Humanities Council. Gifts of books to the Children of Saipan, conversations with Chimoro and Carolinian leaders and representatives.
Books from OSDI
When a Peace Tree Blooms
A picture book for all ages, about creating peace in the world
Audio book & T-shirt also available!
One Sunny Day
A memoir of Hideko's extraordinary life as a survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and how she chose to dedicate her life to peace.
A newly revised and expanded version is coming soon.
Upcoming OSDI Projects
- Green Legacy Hiroshima
The newest project is sending seeds and saplings of trees that survived the bombing and gifting them as a symbol of peace and hope, valuing life, around the world through Green Legacy Hiroshima. See their introductory video.
- A Chinese translation of When a Peace Tree Blooms will be published in Beijing to further share the message of peace and reconciliation.