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Soldiers Oppose War. By Alan Lee
Remember 1942? By Carol, James, Seigo & Victor. An account of a visit to Manzanar, a former Japanese internment camp, that took place in December 1969. The visit was organized by the JACL, and connected by the JACL's drive to have Congress repeal Title II of the Internal Security Act of 1950.
Manzanar, 1969. Photo essay showing the Manzanar Relocation Center.
Movement Chronology. Unsigned. A detailed timeline showing the primary events of 1969, a breakthrough year for the Asian American movement.
ARM Receives Continuance by Eddie Wong. An update on the legal process involving the twenty-two students facing felony charges after the protests in November 1969 following the firing of a black cafeteria worker.
March For Peace. Unsigned. Announcing a planned march for peace in Little Tokyo, Los Angeles.
Prof Says--"they're quiet" by George Araki, SFCJAS. An account of a talk given by Dr. Stanford Lyman at the San Francisco Center for Japanese Amaerican Studies. Lyman was a professor of sociology at the University of Nevada, who walked through the anthropological basis of the "quiet Japanese" stereotype.
A Victorious New Year to You ... America. An article reprinted from the Manzanar Free Press, from January 1, 1942.
Idiots and Insanity. By Steve Tatsukawa. An opinion piece criticizing the overwhelming police force wielded against the Black Panthers following an incident that took place in Los Angeles on December 8, 1969. In that incident, 300 LAPD officers skirmished with 12 Black Panther Party militants.
Rebel With a Cause: The Story of Dr. Thomas T. Noguchi. By Seigo Hayashi. A detailed profile of the career of Dr. Thomas Noguchi, whose trial had been covered extensively by Gidra in its first few issues.
Book Review by Yuji Ichioka. Review of Nisei: The Quiet Americans. A critical review of the controversial book by a faculty member at UCLA -- and the Director of the Asian American Studies Center.
"Who Am I?" by Robert. Reprinted from Yellow Journalism, Cal State Long Beach