Yuri Koshiyama Framed Print


Yuri Kochiyama was a civil rights activist, an associate of Malcolm X, and fought for reparations for Japanese-American internees. After the bombing of Pearl Harbor, her father was arrested by the FBI and while in detention, he became so weak that he died the day after he released. Shortly after, Yuri and her mother were sent to an internment camp. She has been criticized for her controversial statements (Google was even attacked for featuring her in a Google Doodle), but after everything she and her family went through (and if he could see the state of our country today), I'm sure she'd stand by her opinions. I'm all about celebrating strong and powerful women, even if I don't agree with everything they say.⠀

Printed on archival and acid-free lustre Kodak ENDURA Premier Paper with archival, pigment-based inks, the 8x8 print comes in a 1.25’’ solid wood frame with a 2’’ white mat. The full size of the frame is 14x14 inches, and it has paper backing with sawtooth hanger. The frame comes in three shades; natural wood, white or black.

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