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Photograph of Yuri Kochiyama standing at the microphone with banner to her left
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Photograph of Yuri Kochiyama in profile
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Photograph of Yuri Kochiyama at microphone with group seated to right
Seated: Linda T. Lee, Chris Iijima, John Kao (Asian American studies activist), Arlan Huang (smoking citarette -- artist and community activist NYC)
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Photograph of Nobuko Miyamoto at microphone
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Photograph of Nobuko Miyamoto at microphone with right arm raised
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Photograph of the folk duo Nobuko Miyamoto and Chris Iijima
Chris Kwando Iijima (1948–2005) was an American folksinger, educator and legal scholar. Together with Nobuko JoAnne Miyamoto and Charlie Chin they constituted the group "Yellow Pearl". They recorded an album "A Grain of Sand: Music for the Struggle by Asians in America" in 1973.
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Photograph of Nobuko Miyamoto with Zulu Williams (grandson of Yuri Kochiyama)
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Photograph of group seated on grass with Professor Shaftel looking at camera and Nancy Hom to his right
Nancy Hom (Pratt graduate, artist writer, graphic designer, community activist in San Franscisco)
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Photograph of group seated on grass
Seated in the audience is speaker Han-Hua Cheng, representing Asian Political Alliance (at Columbia). Cheng became the highest ranked Asian American AFL-CIO unionist in the U.S.
Mixed in the audience are members of the Chinese Student Society, Students for a Democratic Society, Black Students Union, Ethiopian Students Union and local Balck Panther Party.