Amy Uyematsu is an Asian American activist, poet, mother and retired math teacher. Uyematsu’s poetry focuses on her experiences with racism growing up as a third-generation Japanese-American, or sansei, in post-World War II era southern California, as well as her parents’ experiences in American concentration camps.
This talk was given on October 15th, in Smith College’s Neilson Library.
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