Publications & ephemera of late-20th century radical political activism centered in the Bay Area, with an emphasis on Asian-American
activism. Includes correspondence, newspapers, pamphlets, periodicals, posters, printed ephemera, t-shirts, buttons, and videocassettes.
Nelson Nagai was the chairperson of the constitution committee of Stockton’s Yellow Seed, a community service organization.
While at Stanford University, Nagai also served as the chairperson of the Asian American Student Association. During the International
Hotel struggle, Nagai served as the auditor of the International Hotel Tenants Association.
7.5 Linear Feet
: 10 boxes, 2 oversize folders
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