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Page 45 scanned from the final issue of GIDRA (April 1974).

Includes:

- “Toward Barefoot Journalism” (continued from page 44) by Mike Murase reflecting on Gidra’s 5-year life and the decision to suspend publication.

- Photos:

  1) Participants at the Fourth Annual Manzanar Pilgrimage rally around signs of ten World War II concentration camps (April 14, 1973) by E. Ikuta

  2) Police harassment of youth in Chinatown, Los Angeles (July 1972) by B. Chin

Gidra was a monthly publication that called itself the “voice of the Asian American movement.” Founded by University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) students in April 1969, the magazine took a radically progressive political position, providing information about the movement not found elsewhere in the mainstream media. The magazine eventually moved off campus, operating out of a series of offices in the Crenshaw area until its last issue went to press in April 1974.

Gift of Janice Diane Tanaka, Japanese American National Museum (90.8.1)

JANM — Last modified Nov 11 2011 10:55 a.m.

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