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January 29, 2016

Fumiko Ishioka is the Executive Director of Tokyo’s Holocaust Education Resource Center. In a conversation with KCTS 9, she tells the incredible story of how a suitcase that belonged to a young Holocaust victim changed her life. It would take her on a journey of discovery that would lead to the writing of a widely-read book and acclaimed play titled 'Hana’s Suitcase', performed at Seattle’s Children’s Theatre for the first time.


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