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Admin01.08.2021

Herstory — Nobuko Miyamoto

Nobuko reminds me of the foundation of my being.
Admin26.06.2021

Nobuyoshi Araki

I turned to see a petite middle-aged woman who looked Japanese.
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Admin20.07.2021

Book launch! Nobuko Miyamoto discusses NOT YO' BUTTERFLY

In 1970 we went to Chicago to an historic gathering of East and West Coast Asian activists coming together for the first time.
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Admin15.08.2021

Book launch! Nobuko Miyamoto discusses NOT YO' BUTTERFLY

They were a postwar Eastside gang, headed by the notorious General aka Jim Matsuoka.
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Admin22.07.2021

Foreign Comedy Movie Nudity

In the songs on 120,000 Stories, one hears the Revolution colliding with Rodgers and Hammerstein, her reverence for the ancient and the emergent, and her optimism that music can strengthen and connect communities, song by song, verse by verse.
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Admin02.07.2021

Book launch! Nobuko Miyamoto discusses NOT YO' BUTTERFLY

This was the fertile ground that birthed the 1973 album A Grain of Sand Paredon Having our own song changed my life.
Admin01.09.2021

STILL ONE OF THE SHARKS: Nobuko Miyamoto Looks Back at ‘West Side Story’ 50 Years Later

One glaring mistake is a reference to a Nikkei gang as the Black Wands.
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Admin02.07.2021

Asian American Sisters in the Movement for Racial Liberation

A signed bookplate will be included with your book.
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Admin12.08.2021

Foreign Comedy Movie Nudity

From a young age, Miyamoto showed promise as a dancer, winning a scholarship to the American School of Dance in Hollywood, and would be mentored by such dance legends as Jerome Robbins and Jack Cole.
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Admin26.07.2021

Not Yo' Butterfly by Nobuko Miyamoto, Deborah Wong

120,000 Stories collects powerful new songs, reinterpretations of old ones, and recordings from across her career, including from the seminal 1973 album and the band Warriors of the Rainbow.
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Admin22.07.2021

Book launch! Nobuko Miyamoto discusses NOT YO' BUTTERFLY

I Dream a Garden 34• Her work has explored ways to reclaim and decolonize our minds, bodies, histories, and communities, using the arts to create social change and solidarity across cultural borders.
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