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In Hirono, Japan, a man tries to remove radiation from a door.

Mar. 08, 2012

Sunday marks the one year anniversary of the devastating earthquake and tsunami that caused a nuclear crisis at the Fukushima Dai-ichi power plant.  The Japanese people are still recovering from the disaster.  Norma Field, professor of Japanese studies at the University of Chicago, tells Worldview how the disaster has altered life in Japan. Also, Worldview talks with Elizabeth Stanton, founder of The Through Her Eyes Project, which uses multimedia storytelling to show how sports can empower girls and women around the globe.