The Yuri Kochiyama Solidarity Project carries on Yuri’s legacy by working to strengthen BIPOC solidarities domestically and internationally, building community through art and activism, providing learning resources for educators and young people, promoting anti-racism and radical solidarity with all oppressed peoples, and amplifying and connecting BIPOC community builders, organizations, and movements in the United States and beyond. They aim to create a network of BIPOC community leaders, activists/organizers and educators who can collaborate and build coalitions that impact policy change and dramatically increase and improve communications and solidarity between BIPOC communities.