RABBIT RAMBLINGS: Making America hate again

I guess you could say that we’re living through interesting times, with so much going on on so many different fronts. I never thought I would live to see our country so roiled, so buffeted by so many conflicts that our very foundations seem to be threatened. One aspect of democracy with the one person, […]

Numerous leadership changes at Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo nonprofits

LOS ANGELES — After a long period of stability, various nonprofit organizations in Little Tokyo have experienced significant leadership changes the past few years. Dean Matsubayashi took over at the Little Tokyo Service Center, Leslie Ito at the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center and Mitchell Maki at the Go For Broke National Educational Center. […]

RABBIT RAMBLINGS: A wake up call

Uncertainty is an uncomfortable emotion and state of existing, and we’re living through such times, what with the outcome of the elections. But we have to go on living and going about our business in our usual ways. What were we thankful for at Thanksgiving time? The bountiful tables and cheery dinners were as good […]

Little Tokyo community discusses concerns and fears about Trump

LOS ANGELES — Japanese Americans and friends gathered for a meeting held at the Japanese American National Museum Nov. 13 to discuss their concerns and fears about how President-elect Donald Trump and his administration might affect the nation and this community. Bill Watanabe, retired executive director of the Little Tokyo Service Center, revealed to the […]

RABBIT RAMBLINGS: We the people have an obligation

I don’t think I need to mention that I am an intense political junkie. I really got hooked on politics after all my research into the history of our incarceration during World War II, with the realization that governments, even in a democracy such as ours, have huge powers over our lives. I also realized […]

Call for Accountability for Nov.18th Pepper-Spraying of Peaceful U.C. Davis Students

November 25, 2011 Chancellor Linda P.B. Katehi Fifth floor, Mrak Hall University of California, Davis One Shields Avenue Davis, CA 95616 Dear Chancellor Katehi: The violent pepper-spraying of peaceful U.C. Davis student protestors on November 18th shocked and outraged us, other Americans, and the rest of the world. It was a flashback to the Mississippi […]

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