The Isao Fujimoto Papers include correspondence, journals, and publications related to alternative technology, development
of the Northern California food movement, and community and rural development.
Isao Fujimoto (1933-) is Senior Lecturer Emeritus of Asian American Studies and the UC Davis Graduate Program in Community
Development. He joined UC Davis in 1967 as a founding member of the community development program and later founded the Asian-American
Studies program. Prior to his work at UC Davis, Isao Fujimoto worked in Korea as an Army war correspondent and also taught
English and chemistry at San Jose High School in San Jose, California.
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