Nissan Foundation Promotes Cultural Diversity Through Awards to 29 U.S. Nonprofits

Representing some of the 29 nonprofits receiving 2013 Nissan Foundation grants are (from left): Daniel Tidwell, Nashville Public Television; Tom Ward, Oasis Center; Maryanna Clarke, Tennessee Women's Theater Project; Ellen Gilbert, Global Education Center; Keri Jhaveri, Frist Center for the Visual Arts; Jennifer Neal, Children's Museum Corporation of Rutherford County; and Mohamed Hassan, Tennessee Immigrant & Refugee Rights Coalition.
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Toshiyuki Shiga

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Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi

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Shiro Nakamura honored at the International Automobile Festival in Paris

Shiro Nakamura honored at the International Automobile Festival in Paris