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[[File:DSC00174.JPG|200px|thumb|left|Nobuko and Chris performing]] Chris Iijima (1948-2005) was [[Nobuko Miyamoto|Nobuko]]'s longtime friend and collaborator. The two performed as a duo titled [[A Grain of Sand (album)|A Grain of Sand]] (which later included [[Charlie Chin]] as well). Iijima's life as an activist and musician is depicted in the documentary ''A Song for Ourselves'', written and directed by Tadashi Nakamura (2009).
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[[File:DSC00174.JPG|200px|thumb|right|Nobuko and Chris performing]] '''Chris Iijima''' (1948-2005) was [[Nobuko Miyamoto|Nobuko]]'s longtime friend and collaborator. The two performed first as the duo [[Chris and Joanne]] and later as [[A Grain of Sand (album)|A Grain of Sand]] (which later included [[Charlie Chin]] as well). Iijima's life as an activist and musician is depicted in the documentary ''A Song for Ourselves'', written and directed by Tadashi Nakamura (2009).
  
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==External links==
 
==External links==
 
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Iijima Chris Iijima on Wikipedia]
 
* [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chris_Iijima Chris Iijima on Wikipedia]
 
* [http://encyclopedia.densho.org/Chris_Iijima/ Entry in Densho Encyclopedia]
 
* [http://encyclopedia.densho.org/Chris_Iijima/ Entry in Densho Encyclopedia]

Latest revision as of 10:53, 10 March 2018

Nobuko and Chris performing
Chris Iijima (1948-2005) was Nobuko's longtime friend and collaborator. The two performed first as the duo Chris and Joanne and later as A Grain of Sand (which later included Charlie Chin as well). Iijima's life as an activist and musician is depicted in the documentary A Song for Ourselves, written and directed by Tadashi Nakamura (2009).
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