Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/Baseball-Gloves-and-a-Ball-in-House-in-Date-City-27MZIF303R2S.htmlConceptually similarMinako Sugano in her Home in Date CityGP0STO79ZCompleted★★★★Toys on a Shelf at Minako's House in Date CityGP0STO79VCompleted★★★★Minako Sugano Hanging Clothes Indoors in Date CityGP0STO79WCompleted★★★★Portrait of Minako Sugano in Date CityGP0STO79TCompleted★★★★★★Minako Sugano in her Kitchen in Date CityGP0STO79YCompleted★★★★Minako Sugano in her House in Date CityGP0STO79XCompleted★★★★Minako Sugano Cries during Speech in Date CityGP0STO8EJCompleted★★★★Minako Sugano Shows Contamination Test Results in Date CityGP0STO8EECompleted★★★★Minako Sugano Gives Speech in Date CityGP0STO8FQCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STO79UBaseball Gloves and a Ball in House in Date CityBaseball gloves and a ball belonging to Minako Sugano's son. Minako Sugano, a mother of 3 children and former kindergarten teacher in Date city. "I am the only mother who makes her kids bring a lunch box every day to their school. As a mother, I want to protect my children." she says. Because school-provided lunch contains vegetables harvested in Fukushima, she makes her children bring lunch boxes to avoid internal radiation exposure. After her original house was designated as a specific spot recommended for evacuation, her family evacuated to their current house in the same city. Her current house is located in Date city, 19km north east of Fukushima city central.Locations:Asia-Fukushima Prefecture-JapanDate:17 Jan, 2014Credit:© Noriko Hayashi / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3968px X 2640pxRestrictions:FOR GREENPEACE USE ONLY. NO FUNDRAISING OR SALES. FOR ALL EXTERNAL ENQUIRIES PLEASE CONTACT GREENPEACE JAPAN PHOTO REPRESENTATIVE OR GREENPEACE INTERNATIONAL PHOTO LIBRARY.Keywords:Day-Disasters-Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear accidents-Toys-VictimsShoot:'Don’t Forget Fukushima' Documentation 2014Greenpeace visited five people in January 2014 who had to evacuate because of the Fukushima nuclear disaster. Greenpeace documented their stories about their exposure to radiation when the disaster started and the problems they have living now in limbo three years after the disaster.