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Japan, One Week Later

Mar 18, 2011

After a full week of pictures and words and statistics, it’s still hard to get a grip on the scope of the tragedy.  Thousands killed, with many thousands more missing.  Hundreds of thousands without water or shelter.  And, the specter of a nuclear meltdown that has taken the world’s attention away from the devastation of the original event.

Today, a week after the earthquake – we’ll look at Japan.  How it’s coping, and how people in Connecticut are helping.

What’s your connection to Japan?  Do you have loved ones there, or a business interest?  Are you doing something to help – to send aid?  Let us know.

Ways To Donate to Relief Efforts:

(Click below for links to sites)

Japan Society of New York

Japan Society of Connecticut

Yale Relief Efforts