ORAL HISTORY INTERVIEWS ABOUT THE COLLECTIVE MEMORIES PROJECT
CAROL MOCHIZUKI | Oral History


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CAROL MOCHIZUKI A sansei born in Los Angeles, Carol Mochizuki helped found the UCLA Asian American Studies Center and was a member of the editorial staff of the seminal newspaper Gidra while attending UCLA. After graduating from UCLA, Mochizuki earned a pharmacy degree from UC San Francisco, where she helped start an Asian Health Caucus. While working professionally as a pharmacist in Los Angeles, Mochizuki joined Asian American Drug Abuse Program (AADAP), becoming President of the Board of Directors from 1985-1986. She has also been an active member of the Asian Pacific Alumni-UCLA.

 

VIDEO INFORMATION

Interviewer: Karen Umemoto
Producer: Janet Chen
Editor: Marnie Salvani
Credits: Janet Chen, Emory Johnson, Christian Gella, Lian Mae Tualla, Kenyon Chan, Helen and Morgan Chu