Inhabitat Talks to Lisa Katayama About ‘We Are All Radioactive': a Crowdfunded Video Series About Surfers Rebuilding Japan

by , 08/31/13

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INHABITAT: What has the series taught you about Japan that you didn’t know before?

Lisa: I spent the first 18 years of my life in Japan, but never ever had the chance to hang out with Japanese fishermen. They are amazingly resilient and funny. I was also reminded of how genuine and caring Japanese people really are. There’s a real selfless compassion there that you don’t see as pervasively in the US.

INHABITAT: How can people get involved and show their support for the series?

Lisa: We are actively fundraising online so we can release the next few episodes and finish our first season! Please visit our IndieGoGo campaign page to donate. We’ll also be posting additional photos and footage on our Facebook page.

If you want to see (and influence) how the story unfolds, don’t forget to visit IndieGogo to get your donation in.

+ Make the Next Episode of We Are All Radioactive a reality

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