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Rafu Shimpo, May 3, 2012 Nobuko Miyamoto, Sosei Matsumoto Named KCET Local Heroes
A Grain of Sand featured in Smithsonian Magazine Blog

Which was your favorite part?
Little Tokyo Service Center News has a recap of the Fandango Obon Mottainai Eco Fest in its November 2014 newsletter. Online!
Link: http://www.ltsc.org/index.php/pressroom/e-newsletter/current-newsletter#FAN


Rafu Shimpo, May 3, 2012 Nobuko Miyamoto, Sosei Matsumoto Named KCET Local Heroes
Click on link to view full article in Rafu Shimpo, Los Angeles Japanese Daily News.
Link: http://www.rafu.com/2013/05/nobuko-miyamoto-sosei-matsumoto-named-kcet-local-heroes/

A Grain of Sand featured in Smithsonian Magazine Blog
Before 1973, there was no Asian American music recognized in the United States says Nobuko Miyamoto, a Japanese singer-dancer credited with creating the nation’s first Asian American album, A Grain of Sand, with co-creator Chris Kando Iijima and William “Charlie” Chin.


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http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/aroundthemall/2012/10/joann-stevens-arts-righting-history/


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