Photo: FROM PASSING IT ON/COURTESY OF UCLA ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES PRESS
Photo: FROM PASSING IT ON/COURTESY OF UCLA ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES PRESS

I am a Japanese-American human rights activist.
I was put in an internment camp with my family and other Japanese Americans during WWII after Pearl Harbor was bombed.
I lived in Harlem with my husband and six children.
I supported the Black Power movement and the movement for Puerto Rican Independence.
I held my friend Malcolm X when he was killed in the Audubon Ballroom in Harlem in 1965.
I have fought for civil rights since the 1960s.
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Answer: Yuri Kochiyama