>> Interviews
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This section features newspaper and magazine interviews in a question-answer format.
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DONALD WOODS editor/author, anti-apartheid activist
Japan Times — 4 June 1988
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AKIRA JINNO anti-apartheid activist
Kyoto Journal — winter 1989
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HITOSHI MOTOSHIMA politician, mayor of Nagasaki
Kyoto Journal — spring 1991 | (日本語訳
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OSAMU UNO business/economic leader
Mainichi Daily News — 31 October 1992
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EDITH HANSON media personality, human rights activist
JAMM magazine — Autumn 1993 (English) (日本語
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DENNIS BANKS native american leader, activist
Kyoto Journal — Spring 1994 (part 1) (part 2)
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小田実 作家/平和活動家
論集『9.11と9条』2006年11月 パート1)(パート2)(パート3
>> News / Feature Articles
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This section highlights various news and feature articles written from the 1980s to 2000s.
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South Bay Man Swims, Races and Snow Skis…on One Leg [1981]
Lomita’s Own Cathedral [1981]
Living with an Addiction (part 1) (part 2) [1983]
A Dream Built Underground [1983]
Still on Stage (part 1) (part 2) [1984]
Nevada Drops TRPA Pullout Initiative [1985]
Image Important for Former Boxer Leonard | (日本語訳[1985]
Councilmen to Make Another Japan Trip [1985]
When Heroes Fall [1986]
Made in Japan [1986]
Faux Pas for First-Time Visitors [1987]
[NEW] Health-Tech Fair: A Breakthrough for U.S. Firms? [1987]
U.S. Should Have Larger Role in Airport, Says Trade Envoy [1987]
‘I’m Not Shutting Out Foreign Firms’ [1987]
Director Oliver Stone Says Japan Should ‘Speak Out and Use Its Muscle’ Politically [1987]
Self-Protection Requires Japanese Military Buildup: U.S. Rear Admiral [1987]
It’s ‘Wait and See’ Time for the Kansai Int’l Airport (part1) (part 2) [1987]
Soviet Editor Vows to Champion ‘Glasnost’ [1987]
Future Not So Bright for Fingerprint Refuser [1987]
Sino-Japanese Ties Still Chilly 1 Yr. After Kyoto Dorm Ruling [1988]
Cosmopolis to Charge Senshu’s Lagging Economy [1988]
Israeli Ambassador Urges Japanese Leaders, Scholars to Denounce Growing Anti-Semitism [1988]
Africa Holds a Special Place in Jazzman Sadao Watanabe’s Music [1988]
New Revisions to Alien Law Harshly Criticized [1988]
Print Refuser Granted Extended Hearing [1988]
Korean Residents Still Grappling for Foothold Here (part 1) (part 2) (part 3) [1988]
A Healthy Way of Life? (part1) (part 2) [1989]
Public’s Pollution Awareness Linked to Lake Biwa’s Fate [1990]
Racism in Japan [1990]
Black U.S. Exec Joins Chorus Seeking Ouster of Minister [1990]
Mayor of Nagasaki Finds Way to Resolve Himself to Fate [1990]
Kyoto Woman Works to Raise Awareness of Man-Made Environmental Disasters [1990]
About This Business of Racism [1990]
Boxing Officials Rope Rising Korean Star [1990]
Family, Friends Recall Photographer Killed in Bizarre New York Accident [1991]
Beyond the Memorial: Nagasaki is Japan’s Most International City [1991]
Final Destination: The Kansai International Airport (part 1) (part 2) (part 3) [1991]
Women Fight Makers of Debasing Games [1991]
Troupe Cast as ‘Comfort Women’ [1991]
Nuclear Foes Form Chernobyl Aid Group [1991]
Rights Champion Wins One for Disabled [1991]
Kansai AIDS Activists Seek More Awareness, Care in ’92 [1992]
Manga, Racism & Tezuka (part 1) (part 2) | (日本語訳[1992]
Doi Determined to Tap into Anti-PKO Sentiment [1992]
The Tezuka Controversy (part 1) (part 2) [1992]
The Road to Nanjing: Bitter Memories, New Attitudes [1992]
Kyoto’s ‘Kisha Club’ System Challenged by Gutsy Farmer [1992]
Second Cities: Osaka Makes Its Move [1993]
Kyoto Resident to Campaign for Political Rights [1993]
New York Residents Call ‘Yellow Cab’ Author a Fraud [1993]
Local Politico Keeps Heat on New Airport [1993]
Amagasaki Hails New Era of ‘People Power’ [1993]
Standing Up for Teachers' Rights [1993]
Aquino Urges Help for Ailing Economy [1993]
Maverick Bureaucrat Raps Work System [1993]
Osaka Missionary Works as Spokesman for Buraku Liberation [1994]
Dissident’s Son Skeptical Gov’t Will Release Aung San Suu Kyi [1994]
Fighting for Human Rights in the Courts [1994]
Hattori’s American Hosts Bring Gun Appeal to Japan [1994]
Expanding the Boundaries of Peace Education [1994]
Stranded Resent Inadequacy of Official Action After Quake [1995]
P&G Far East Employees Evacuate Rokko Island [1995]
While Others Waited, ‘The Y’ Plunged In [1995]
国際基準は未成年者のプライバシー権を保護 [1997]
American Dream Campus in Kobe Turns into Nightmare [1998]

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