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Ben Karp presents Race in the U.S. Presidential Election at Temple University Japan Campus

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Mr. Karp is back with another interesting presentation that will undoubtedly open the eyes, ears and minds of those not too familiar with race and politics. He writes: “Hello all. I hope to set up an informal discussion with a little history of race and voting. Will be joined from Washington D.C. by professor Gerald…

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Japan & African Americans from the Russo-Japanese War to Pearl Harbor

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I had the pleasure of viewing Mr. Ben Karp’s presentation at the Institute of Contemporary Asian Studies, Temple University in Japan on the Golden Era of Black and Japanese relations. He discusses W.E. Du Bois’ travels to Japan and provides insights to a period considered a peak of Black – Japanese relations. Additionally, Mr. Karp had…

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Reischauer Scholars Program Accepting 2012 Applications

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        The following is via the Consulate General of Japan in San Francisco: “The Reischauer Scholars Program annually selects 25-30 exceptional high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors from throughout the United States to engage in intensive distance learning about Japan and US-Japan relations. The Consulate General of Japan supports the Reischauer Scholar’s…

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Black Tokyo on the relationship between Asians and African Americans

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Catch the conversation on the relationship between Asians and African Americans, Blasian kids, the group Hiroshima and more via Blog Talk Radio. What’s your take? Your comments are welcome! Featured guests: Eric L. Robinson, Editor BlackTokyo.com; Jackie Penn, actor; Onica Cupido, Editor, Euphoria Luv; Maria More, Blasian Atlanta DJ. Listen to internet radio with SundayMorning…

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