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Gidra 2-2 Warren Furutani Speech
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12019-07-16T10:25:45-04:00Gidra 2.2 (February 1970)2Gidra 2.2 (February 1970)plain2019-07-22T23:14:21-04:00The most substantial event in this issue of Gidra is coverage of the Asian March For Peace that took place on January 17, 1970 in Little Tokyo in Los Angeles. The march is covered journalistically by Mike Murase; the text of a speech given by Gidra columnist and JACL member Warren Furutani is given in its entirety; and an extensive photo essay is included in the issue.
Annotated Table of Contents
Asians March For Peace by Mike Murase. A summary of the Asian March for Peace that took place inLittle Tokyo, with a brief list of speakers (Yuji Ichioka, Richard Wong, Sozaburo Watanabe, and Warren Furutani are mentioned).
The March: Text of Speech by Warren Furutani.
Commentary: The Asian American March by Alan Ota.
ARM by an ARM Member. A brief summary of the legal status of ARM members facing felony counts for their protest activities in the fall of 1969.
Cal State LA Asian Studies Class. By Hat and Vivian. A new class on Asian American History being taught at CSU LA, taught by Bill Tsuji.
News Briefs: Gong Hay Fot Choy! A celebration of Chinese New Year.
The Umbrella. (Unsigned). Introduces a new umbrella organization to coordinate the different organizations involved in the Asian American movement.
Mellow Yellow Column by r. Wu
The Warren Report by Warren Furutani. Furutani comments on the pushback he recieved after his speech at the January March over his use of profanity.
"Is Long Beach realy long: is there an ultimate answery?" by Glenn Hayashi