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Moé Yonamine

Moé Yonamine

Moé Yonamine (yonaminemoe@gmail.com) teaches at Roosevelt High School in Portland, Oregon, and is an editor of Rethinking Schools magazine. Yonamine is part of a network of Zinn Education Project teachers developing original people’s history curriculum. She is the author of “The Other Internment: Teaching the Hidden Story of Japanese Latin Americans During WWII,” “‘ANPO: Art X War’: A Film Tackles the U.S. Occupation of Japan,” a film review with teaching activities of “ANPO: Art X War,” a documentary about visual resistance to U.S. military bases in Japan, and “Uchinaaguchi: The Language of My Heart.”

Articles by this author

 

Dear Educators, It Is Time to Fight for Asian America

The racism, the devaluing of life of Asian and Asian Americans, the dehumanizing of immigrant workers, the fetishism of—and violence toward—Asian women have been perpetuated throughout U.S. history.

Wayne Au ·


Stand with Okinawa

The Henoko base construction is framed by the history of colonization and racism against Okinawans, as well as by our ongoing resistance as we attempt to end the long era of U.S. occupation

Moé Yonamine ·



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