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Japan on the Record
Jun 12, 2020
8:46 on the Record
Play • 9 min
Ayana Wise, "
Why We're Marching for Black Lives in Japan
Randiah Camille Green, "
Photos from Black Lives Matter March in Osaka with Over 1,000 Protestors
Alexandra Hongo, "
What's Wrong With NHK's Black Lives Matter Video and Why We Need to Talk About It
Austin Freeman, "
Once Upon a Time...in Azabu Juban
Kurly in Kansai, "
BLM Kansai March & Our Involvement
Japan Times Deep Dive, Episode 53: "
Why Japan Needs Black Lives Matter
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