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Amy Uyematsu

Amy Uyematsu, a third-generation Japanese American, graduated from UCLA with a mathematics degree. While attending UCLA, she co-edited Roots: An Asian American Reader and taught one of the earliest "Asian Women in America" classes. In the 1980's, Uyematsu began to publish and perform her poetry, and in 1992 she received the prestigious Nicholas Roerich Prize for her debut volume, 30 Miles from J-Town. For the past twenty-seven years she has taught mathematics in the public schools in Los Angeles.


Nicholas Roerich Prize, 1992

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