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Page 4 scanned from GIDRA (April 1969), the inaugural issue.


- "Center at UCLA" article announcing establishment of an institute for the study of American Cultures at UCLA

- calendar of April events

- continuation articles from other pages: "Yellow Power," "Prostitution," "Brotherhood Car Wash," "The Third World"

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.

Gift of Janice Diane Tanaka, Japanese American National Museum (90.8.20)

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