Yoko Ono’s persistent ‘imagining’: Fewer hungry people in the world

By The Christian Science Monitor
Saturday, December 14, 2013 10:09 EDT
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Yoko Ono, the artist and widow of Beatles musician and songwriter John Lennon, at the MusiCares Person of the Year Tribute to Paul McCartney in Los Angeles in February via AFP
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Yoko Ono remembers the year she was hungry: 1945, the most shattering year in World War II for a young girl. To escape nightly bombing raids, she, her mother, and two siblings fled to the countryside outside Tokyo, where they lived among farmers and subsisted for months on rations.;

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