Apunno Peace Among The Indigenous People of Japan in a Daily Dose of Peace

Reclaiming Ainu Apunno

Hokkaido home of the Ainu Indigenous peoples of Japan peace poetry with Kimberly Burnham Photo by Tono Graphy on Unsplash

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Writer, Poet, Ekphrastic Writer-in-Residence, Nerve Whisperer, Brain Health Coach, Author of The Traveling Brain: Illuminating Peace Poetry in 5000 Languages.

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Kimberly Burnham

Kimberly Burnham

Writer, Poet, Ekphrastic Writer-in-Residence, Nerve Whisperer, Brain Health Coach, Author of The Traveling Brain: Illuminating Peace Poetry in 5000 Languages.

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