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Japanese-Brazilian Anderson Hyuma Gushi remembers his troubled youth, when he was bullied by classmates at an elementary school as a “foreigner with a Japanese face.”

He eventually dropped out of his evening high school classes and became the leader of a group of hot-rodders, encountering violence, discrimination and jail time.

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