Gidra (newspaper) - Wikipedia
Gidra: The Monthly of the Asian American Experience, the self-proclaimed "voice of the Asian American movement," was a revolutionary monthly newspaper-magazine that ran from 1969 to 1974.
GIDRA: The Voice of the Asian American Movement | Discover ...
Gidra is a prime example of an exemplary group of Asian American students making their own contributions to what they felt was the Asian American voice. Robert Nakamura describes Gidra as not being “about art, it wasn’t about self-expression, it wasn’t even about breaking stereotypes to the majority society.
GIDRA: April 1974 issue | Discover Nikkei
This album shares the final issue of Gidra magazine (April 1974) as a part of the Japanese American National Museum's exhibition Drawing the Line: Japanese American Art, Design & Activism in Post-War Los Angeles on view from October 15, 2011 to February 11, 2011.
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By Brian Niiya, Densho Content Director During its 1969 to 1974 run, Gidra chronicled the dramatic changes in the Asian American community, and was itself a catalyst for many of these changes.
GIDRA Now Available Online in Searchable PDFs - Rafu Shimpo
GIDRA Now Available Online in Searchable PDFs 0. Posted On December 10, 2015 Community News. The GIDRA staff often worked late into the night to meet a deadline, then went out to eat at their favorite cafe, takeout stand or greasy spoon like Holiday Bowl, Magos, and Leo’s BBQ. Illustrator Suzy Partridge captured the ritual at Lucy’s on Hoover and Washington. By MIKE MURASE. For young ...
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Our award-winning Watase Media Arts Center recently produced ten new videos for the Drawing the Line: Japanese American Art, Design & Activism exhibition (on view through February 19, 2012).
ddr-densho-297 — Gidra Collection | Densho Digital Repository
COLLECTION ID. ddr-densho-297. DESCRIPTION. 66 Issues of Gidra from its founding in 1969 until 2001.
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"Journeys Towards Peace: Internationalism and radical Orientalism during the U.S. war in Vietnam" ... GIDRA magazine, May 1971, p. 9. Who Were These Women? The North American women who attended the IWC came from a wide range of backgrounds, and with a variety of experience in the antiwar movement and burgeoning women’s liberation movement. Some women had previously traveled to Southeast Asia ...
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Writing for Los Angeles-based Gidra magazine in 1969, Amy Uyematsu resented being implicated in "white racism" by being "held up" before other minority groups as a "model to emulate." 'Model Minority' Myth Again Used As A Racial Wedge Between Asians And Blacks