* Against the racism in Kyoto, at a school gate on Dec 4, 2009 (Informed at the Ten Thousand Things), of which the site of the similar contents to it were introduced as below, the Japanese citizens and Japanese residents overseas, and concerned International citizens have spread the news and protested against it. Beside the site forwarded below, The Peace Philosophy and Ten Thousand Things also have helped to spread the news on the tragic Dec. 4 event and activists’ meeting on Dec. 19, 2009. See here. The Korean media, Tongil News also informed 12.19 Emergency Report Meeting: Do not allow racial discrimination - Kyoto Korean school incident." See here. With the details and photos of the speakers. Akira Maeda (site Informed by the Ten Thousand Things), a law professor of Tokyo Zokei University was introduced in the article. Thanks very much, friends in the sites of Anatakara, Peace Philosophy and Ten Thousand Things! We, Koreans should more aware of our own racism against the migrant workers, here.
"arbitrary translation of an urgent email soon after this violence
A Korean father residing in Japan asks Japanese societies to consider :
What a society with the good sense would be like
Dear readers of this email of mine,
I am Kim, a parent with two children attending a Korean primary school in Kyoto.
Some of Japanese citizens may know that there was a scary commotion just in front of the
school main gate on Dec.4th by some Japanese racists belonging to a certain group whose
name I never dare to say, feeling horrendous disgust towards a mere mentioning of it.
http://d.hatena.ne.jp/video/youtube/2szx-WWR0rw （English subtitle by someone anonymous）
"Zai・toku・kai" is a right-winger group
against the planned measure under
discussion by the ruling coalition
of giving electoral rights at a local election level to foreign residents in Japan.
Japan signed to this convention in 1995, but has not set up any effective laws on this,
thus receiving suggestions by the UN relating committee. )"