She challenged the Nikkei community to come out of their comfort zones.
“My question is what is the Nikkei community willing to risk, going to risk for black liberation and for our collective liberation?” she asked.
This segment was hosted by Tsuru, JACL–Philadelphia, Asian Americans United, Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network, Shut Down Berks Coalition, Shut Down Berks Interfaith Witness, Sunrise Movement Berks.
**From there, participants joined a larger contingent at a nearby park, where Kim Miyoshi and Nikkei camp survivors shared their experiences and stood in solidarity with the plight of other people of color.
“It’s horrible and we need to push this fight forward and have all detention centers shut down.”Traci Kato-Kiriyama with Vigilant Love and Nikkei Progressives closed this portion with a call for more solidarity work.