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Full title:Ken Shimizu, extreme left, represented the young people of New York City Riverside Church at a City-Wide Unity Conference which took place at the Society for Ethical Culture on March 17, 1945, under the auspices of the Interracial Youth Committee. A former resident of Los Angeles and the Gila River Relocation Center, Ken is now a student at George Washington High School in New York City. He is shown discussing the conference, in which several hundred other boys and girls participated, with Dr. Earle L. Hunter, advisor of the Interracial Youth Committee, and Miss Yurino Takayoshi, a New York Nisei who represented the Japanese American Citizens' League as an advisor at one of the discussion groups. Ken relocated from Gila River to New York City with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nobukichi Shimizu. Mr. Shimizu is now engaged in the bean sprout business in New York. Photographer: Fujihira, Toge New York, New York.