Todd Endo is reflecting on the whirlwind of activities he recently participated in related to the 50th anniversary of the marches in Selma. He’s thinking about what’s next in life, asking again, “What do I want to do when I grow up?” at the intersection of politics and religion.

Faith and Activism, Step by Step
Reflections from the Last Surviving Japanese American Who Walked in the 1965 Selma Protest
by Alisa Wong with Todd Endo

LOOKING AT A PHOTO FROM 1963, you can spot Todd Endo with his mother and other Nisei, second generation Japanese Americans, around his mother’s age.