[IN DEPTH] Preserving the Hibakusha Legacy

For decades, Japan's atomic bomb survivors, or hibakusha, have been documenting their experiences and thoughts in an effort to communicate the misery of war and the importance of peace. Today, with the average age of survivors approaching 84, many of those diaries, letters and photos are in danger of being lost. This report looks at the people working to preserve these documents and the important legacy they contain.