Clifton Truman, Hiroshima bomb survivors visit Brooklyn Friends School

The oldest grandson of President Harry Truman and two survivors of the Hiroshima bombing are sharing an important message with some city high school students.

President Harry Truman's oldest grandson and two survivors

President Harry Truman's oldest grandson and two survivors talked about the need to eliminate nuclear weapons.

BROOKLYN - The oldest grandson of President Harry Truman and two survivors of the Hiroshima bombing are sharing an important message with some city high school students.

Clifton Truman, whose grandfather authorized the use of atomic bombs in Japan during World War II, talked with students at Brooklyn Friends School about the need to eliminate nuclear weapons. The survivors also talked about how the event impacted their lives.

While the group brought different perspectives, they came with one strong, unified message: "never again."  

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