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":''Our demands: The country’s greatest priority at this moment is to beat the COVID-19 crisis, and this requires embracing principles of antiracist solidarity and international cooperation. The Biden campaign can and should beat Trump and the GOP with a message centered on our real public health needs and the progressive values that are required to meet those needs. The “Unprepared” ad must be taken down, and all campaign messaging that fuels anti-Asian racism and China-bashing must end. We refuse to allow the Biden campaign to sacrifice our dignity in the name of political expediency.''"  
 
":''Our demands: The country’s greatest priority at this moment is to beat the COVID-19 crisis, and this requires embracing principles of antiracist solidarity and international cooperation. The Biden campaign can and should beat Trump and the GOP with a message centered on our real public health needs and the progressive values that are required to meet those needs. The “Unprepared” ad must be taken down, and all campaign messaging that fuels anti-Asian racism and China-bashing must end. We refuse to allow the Biden campaign to sacrifice our dignity in the name of political expediency.''"  
  
Signatories included '''{{PAGENAME}}''' [[Nikkei Progrssive]].
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Signatories included '''{{PAGENAME}}''' [[Nikkei Progressive]].
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==Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress==
 
==Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress==
  

Latest revision as of 21:20, 23 May 2020

June Hibino


June Hibino is a Los Angeles activist. She is active with the Little Tokyo Service Center.[1]

LRS

In 1983 June Hibino was a member of the League of Revolutionary Struggle.[2]

Open Letter to the Biden Campaign on “Unprepared”

Open Letter to the Biden Campaign on “Unprepared” was released May 12 2020.

":Our demands: The country’s greatest priority at this moment is to beat the COVID-19 crisis, and this requires embracing principles of antiracist solidarity and international cooperation. The Biden campaign can and should beat Trump and the GOP with a message centered on our real public health needs and the progressive values that are required to meet those needs. The “Unprepared” ad must be taken down, and all campaign messaging that fuels anti-Asian racism and China-bashing must end. We refuse to allow the Biden campaign to sacrifice our dignity in the name of political expediency."

Signatories included June Hibino Nikkei Progressive.

Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress

June Hibino was listed on the board of directors for the Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress in 2002.[3]

Board of Directors, 2002:

National Coalition for Redress/Reparations

In 2016, June Hibino was photoed as a part of the National Coalition for Redress/Reparations.

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Steve Nagano with Tony Osumi, Alan Nishio, Kimi Maru, Jan Tokumaru, Mike Murase, June Hibino, Michael Yanagita, Kay Ochi, Glenn Sanada and Janice Yen at Japanese American National Museum.

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