Yuri Kochiyama Quotes
When you're in a black group, you have to keep in mind you're not black. You just have to be sensitive. We have to be appreciative that the black nationalist struggle is a nationalist struggle.
Projects meant living with blacks and Puerto Ricans, but that's what we wanted. Living in the projects, we've met so many wonderful, wonderful people.
I tell you, in this country, you don't get much of an education. Throughout high school, through junior college, which is all I went, I didn't know anything about the annihilation of all the Indian nations that were here.
People have a right to violence, to rebel, to fight back.
I didn't wake up and decide to become an activist. But you couldn't help notice the inequities, the injustices. It was all around you.
I lived in San Pedro, California, which is, you know, on the west side of California, and it's where many, many Japanese lived.
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