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Published on May 6, 2013
Interviewed by Ed Hummel on November 7, 1995
An interview with Akira Kuroda as he discusses his early religious experiences; formative years; loss of father; entrance into ministry; move to California; study at Wheaton College; starting a church in Chicago; aspects of his ministry in the OMS Holiness Church of North America, social services for Japanese-Americans' relocation after World War II; experiences in concentration camps for Japanese in World War II; social adjustments of Japanese-Americans and their churches after war.
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