The sun broke through the rain clouds Sunday morning as Josh Duhamel and Fergie sprinted for a cause at the Youth Run for Japan in Santa Monica.Inspired by the devastation faced by the Japanese people in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami, actor Josh once again partnered with the American Red Cross, following up with his fundraiser last year for Haiti. “When I saw some of those images come out of Japan, I’d never seen anything like it,” he said compassionately.It was a close call for Fergie and her band The Black Eyed Peas, who were in Japan to shoot a video a mere week before disaster struck. “Leaving there we had such a positive vibe and then this happened,” she said. “We were all tripping out that we were just there in Japan. It was just a wonderful chance for us to give a love letter back to Japan.” (ETonline.com)
African Symbol send a message to Japanese earthquake victims and survivers from Jamaica.
Pray for Japan Tsunami and Earthquake victims.
さまざまな人々に希望をつなげる［kizuna311］#09。http://kizuna311.com/俳優・映画監督のクリント・イーストウッドさんから手紙メッセージが届きました。一刻も早い復旧・復興をお祈りするとともに、たくさんの人々の心にこの絆の輪が広がることを願っています。Kizuna – Unity and Hope Together we will prevail and overcome. The message we received a letter from Mr. Clint Eastwood.
日本のために祈る，頑張ってください，皆さん！ We pray for Japan, wish everyone best of luck! Transcript: Konnichiwa, mina-san. Hajimemashite, Jefurii desu, 16 sai desu, Igirisu jin desu, Ima, GCSE no nihongo o benkyō shite imasu. yoroshiku onegaishimasu. Gūguru no hon’yaku de watashi no bunshō o hon’yaku shitakara, sore wa zettai ni kanpe kide wanai desu kara, dōmo sumimasen. Watashi wa jibun no okuyami to sonkei o teikyō shitai to omotte imasu. Konkai no jishin…
The city of Tegucigalpa has installed a “solidarity mural” in front of the Japanese Embassy, where Hondurans can leave messages of encouragement for that nation, which has been buffeted by an earthquake, tsunami and now, the developing nuclear threat.The city said in a statement that it was encouraging the placement of flowers and candles on the sidewalk, in memory of the thousands of disaster victims.Read more: http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/news/2011/03/18/honduran-mayor-dedicates-solidarity-mural-japan-fondly-remembers-past-foreign/#ixzz1MOX0B5jP
In partnership with World Vision U.S., a group of professional football players is in Uganda this week doing humanitarian aid work with PROS FOR AFRICA. The athletes become pros 4Japan, too, helping to raise funds and awareness for children affected by the recent earthquake and tsunami.