This is part two and the final part of Sam's conversation with Japanese American concentration camp survivor and unapologetic revolutionary Mo Nishida. This will cover the second act of Mo's life along with his work and views as a revolutionary, his thoughts on the future, and how much he was influenced by not only science or political philosophy but also from the traditional knowledge of indigenous people as well as from revolutionaries in Africa. This is the through line from everything that happened to Mo as a young person to him becoming a revolutionary and what that actually means.
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