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Trace #16, Lake Hayama (Mano Dam), created by the contaminated soil from Iitate, Fukushima
Trace #16, Lake Hayama (Mano Dam), created by the contaminated soil from Iitate, Fukushima
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Image by Shimpei Takeda

March 11, 2013 Show

Dick calls Japanese farmer Mitsuo Sato, who lived close to the Fukushima Daiichi reactor before the tsunami in 2011. He is part of a crew that is decontaminating the soil in his farming community. Also in this show: Japanese photographer Shimpei Tekada collected contaminated soil and placed it on film; and photographer Wendy Ewald re-visits an Innu community after 40 years.

Music

"Alone in Kyoto" and "Ikebana", both from the Lost in Translation soundtrack;"Cello Song" by The Books;  "Down the Line" by Jose Gonzalez; "Parchman Blues" by Tangle Eye

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