1000 Cranes of Hope

Aleaka Cowan

Bombing of Hiroshima

Sadako was born in 1943 in Hiroshima, japan. She was two years old when the atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima on the 6th of August 1945. In six grade she was one of the fastest runners in her school and her dream was to become a physical education teacher.



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Story of the Peace Crane

The origami crane has become an international symbol of peace crane, through the sad but inspiring life of the japanese story of a young girl name Sadako Sasaki . People all over the world fold paper cranes and send them to Sadako monument.


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1000 Cranes of Hope Project

1000 cranes of hope contains of collective wishes of patients , caregivers , healthcare , providers, and Millennium and Takeda employees who stand together in the first fight against cancer. Many times a family or group of people come together to accomplish this labor of love.


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