NPR's Throughline: Our Own People podcast
Solidarity and intersectionality are vital to the success of social justice and liberation movements. Yuri Kochiyama had been involved in bettering the public schools in Harlem, when she met Malcolm X. She was greatly influenced by his work and became a founder of Asian American social justice movement.
Kochiyama cradled and comforted the dying Malcolm X in the Audubon Ballroom in February 1965. She worked for social justice into her 90s.
Listen to her story: www.npr.org/2021/03/29/982274384/our-own-people