Saturday, May 06, 2006


I know that Yuri would probably like to celebrate her birthday low key, but how often can someone celebrate being alove for 85 years? As Yuri Kochiyama turns 85 on the 19th, let's shower her with the love and compassion that she has given to all of us.

For those who may not have felt the extraordinary presence of Yuri, please check out the book by Diane C. Fujino, Heartbeat of Struggle: The Revolutionary Life of Yuri Kochiyama.


Blogger Eric Mar & SF Area Activists said...

Thanks for those props to Yuri.
It is amazing to me that she is still more vibrant and alive than most of us. I always tell my SF State Ethnic Studies Students about Yuri's love for the people and for our movements for social justice.
They also read and hear about your life and your example of redemption and rehabilitation as well. We can't wait for you to adress our students at SF State and whereever your words/life can help others.

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