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Embedded Racism: Japan's Visible Minorities and Racial Discrimination

  • Embedded Racism: Japan's Visible Minorities and Racial Discrimination
  • (Lexington Books, Rowman & Littlefield HB 2015, PB 2016)

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  • Book IN APPROPRIATE: A novel of culture, kidnapping, and revenge in modern Japan
  • 今夜9時テレビ朝日『TVタックル』:「ニッポンは天国?地獄?在日外国人決起集会」

    Posted by Dr. ARUDOU, Debito on May 11th, 2009

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    Related to the 300,000 yen Nikkei bribe, watch TV Tackle tonight 9PM:

     「経済危機」に続いて「新型インフルエンザ」の恐怖に世界中が大混乱の中、国際社会で今こそ日本が果たすべき役割とは? 今夜は韓国、ブラジル、中国から来た在日外国人の皆さんとともに徹底討論してまいります。


    5 Responses to “今夜9時テレビ朝日『TVタックル』:「ニッポンは天国?地獄?在日外国人決起集会」”

    1. Sean Says:

      I don’t know if I’m looking forward to watching this or not. I hope it offers some glimmers of hope but I have a feeling we may all end up even more depressed. Let’s hope not.

    2. Johnny Says:

      Taro Kono came across as a right wanker.

      — I’m afraid I agree. Seemed to be trying too hard to represent the LDP.

    3. Mumei Says:

      There was a lot of useless banter, but at it was better than I was expecting. It covered many of the major issues, including:
      -alien / resident card and the requirement to carry
      -voting rights for PR; argument for was taxation without representation; however, that is just as true for non-PR workers as well
      -special class of special PR and visas for half Brazil / Japanese
      -immigration policy: acceptance is not so much about blood as Japanese language ability
      -naturalization; unfortunately, there was no discussion about duel-citizen

      However, in the end, it lacked any real conclusions, resolutions, or even recommendations. But perhaps more Japanese may become aware of the many issues foreigners have in Japan.

    4. James Johnston Says:

      I’m currently out of the country, but would love to watch this… *sigh* Suggestions for getting my hands on this in other means?

    5. debito Says:

      Try YouTube:

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