Yasuko Akiyama is a Japanese woman
living in London. She was haunted and moved by the
recent disasters in Japan, and decided to undertake a
fundraiser for the people who were hurt and displaced
by the tsunami, quake, and nuclear disaster.
She along with several others around the world, including Manitoba's Sensei Ulrich, translated Miyazawa Kenji's beautiful poem "Unbeaten By Rain" into English. She then produced a beautiful poster with a lovely typographic treatment of the poem. She's selling the poster as a fundraiser for £20, with all net proceeds go to Ashinaga, a 40-year-old Tokyo nonprofit that provides "education-focused financial and emotional support to children who have a parent/guardian with a serious disability, or who have lost one or both parents/guardians due to illness, accident, disaster, or suicide."
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