Hideko Tamura Snider Is Available for Speaking Engagements

Since 1979, Hideko Tamura Snider has been appearing before professional organizations, university classes, and community groups across the United States and in her native Japan, telling her story and encouraging people of all cultures and nations to examine the consequences of the use of nuclear weapons and to work toward peace and nuclear nonproliferation. She tells of the challenge of peace and of lessons we have learned from Hiroshima since the war.

Hideko's Recent Appearances

Date: September 2016
Title: Interviewed by Vivian Dames of Guam PBS for Beyond the Fence peace program
Location: Guam PBS

Date: August 2016
Title: OPBS Interview on Think Out loud

Date: July 21 - 23, 2016
Title: Visit with Asahi Reporter, Sonoko Miyazaki

Date: Thursday through Saturday, January 14 - 16, 2016
Title: Reflections on Hiroshima
Location: Ontario, California
Sponsors: Rotary International

Date: December 22, 2015 through January 5, 2016
Title: Book delivery and presentations
Location: Saipan & Tinian Islands
Sponsors: OSDI
Several speaking events are scheduled on both islands.

Date: August 10, 2015
Title: Surviving Hiroshima: Blooming Peace
Location: Oregon State University
Sponsors: OSU/Archives, Dept. of History of Science & others
View her talk on OSU's YouTube channel.

Date: July 18, 2003
Title: "Healing"
Location: University of Chicago Hospitals
Sponsors: Depts. of Radiation & Cellular Oncology & Social Work
View this talk on our YouTube channel.

For a complete list of Hideko's past appearances, click here (.pdf).

Read an article about Hideko on the Northwest Asian Weekly website.

To inquire about having Hideko Tamura Snider speak to your class or organization, please email her at hideko@OSDInitiatives.com.

Watch a video of Hideko's closing remarks at "Debating Dr. Atomic," a symposium of theologians and scientists convened in 2008 to discuss the opera Dr. Atomic by composer John Adams.