Bruce Lee was much more than his movie star persona. He was a philosopher, artist, husband, father, and icon. His words were both creative and influential. And during his life he fought many stereotypes of Asian American men, showing strength and intensity but also intelligence and heart. He is an international icon whose image lives on and his words have just touched the surface of possibilities in today's world toward a more collective tomorrow.
RICHARD AOKI, who joined the Black Panther Party for Self Defense shortly after its founding in 1966 by his friends and fellow college students Huey Newton and Bobby Seale, displays a Black-Asian unity sign at a 1968 Black Panther rally.