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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

An American Revisits His Old Stomping Ground In Tsunami-Ravaged Japan

The remains of the Shobutahama plaza and parking lot in northern Japan. (Jamie Rosenberg)

The remains of the Shobutahama plaza and parking lot in northern Japan. (Jamie Rosenberg)

Jamie Rosenberg joins us after visiting the town of Shichigahama, Japan. Rosenberg lived and worked there for several years and traveled to Plymouth, Massachusetts, with representatives and students from Shichigahama.

Plymouth and Shichigahama are sister cities and tonight the people of Plymouth are holding a telethon to help out their Japanese friends.


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