"You can't believe what U.S. & Japan did in Okinawa" Rob Kajiwara's interview with CGTN's Li Jingjing about U.S. & Japan's crimes in Okinawa.
United Nations Human Rights Council 50th Session in Geneva, Switzerland.
"The Continuing Negative Impact of Colonialism" side event.
Featuring Alfred de Zayas, Robert Kajiwara (Okinawa), Ronald Barnes (Alaska), Leon Siu (Hawaii).
Presentation starts around the 31:00 minute mark.
"The Continuing Negative Impact of Colonialism"
Side Event for the United Nations Human Rights Council 50th Session
30 June 2022, 8:00 am, Geneva, Switzerland
Zoom Link: https://bit.ly/UNHRC50_Colonialism
Both the United Nations General Assembly and the Human Rights Council have adopted strong resolutions to eliminate colonialism. On 10 December 2020 the General Assembly adopted resolution 75/123, declaring the Fourth International Decade for the Eradication of Colonialism. On 8 October 2021, the Human Rights Council passed Resolution 48/7 calling attention to the Negative impact of the legacies of colonialism on the enjoyment of human rights.
This panel discusses the anomaly that, despite declaring such noble intentions, colonialism persists around the globe and very little, if any concrete actions are being taken by the United Nations to free nations in captivity, or to end various forms of deleterious colonial practices.
Sponsored by Incomindios
Featuring Alfred de Zayas, Robert Kajiwara, Ronald Barnes, Leon Siu
Okinawa Memorial Day: Remembering 1/3 of the population killed by the U.S. and Japan