Toyohiko Kagawa

1888 - 1960

Toyohiko Kagawa

Toyohiko Kagawa (賀川 豊彦, Kagawa Toyohiko, 10 July 1888 – 23 April 1960) was a Japanese Christian pacifist, Christian reformer, and labour activist. Kagawa wrote, spoke, and worked at length on ways to employ Christian principles in the ordering of society and in cooperatives. His vocation to help the poor led him to live among them. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Toyohiko Kagawa has received more than 87,573 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia making him the 273rd most popular social activist.

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Among social activists, Toyohiko Kagawa ranks 272 out of 426Before him are Donald Watson, Gunnar Sønsteby, Nimr al-Nimr, Emmett Till, Flora MacDonald, and Udham Singh. After him are Kate Sheppard, Louise Bryant, Clara Barton, Toktogul Satylganov, Black Elk, and Zhang Guotao.

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Among people born in 1888, Toyohiko Kagawa ranks 111Before him are Friedrich Wolf, Antonio Ascari, Konstantinos Tsiklitiras, Harukichi Hyakutake, Lotte Lehmann, and Harilal Gandhi. After him are Nereu Ramos, Árpád Szakasits, Irving Cummings, Paul Bernays, Dan Andersson, and Sydney Chapman. Among people deceased in 1960, Toyohiko Kagawa ranks 99Before him are Sibilla Aleramo, Eduard Pütsep, Massimo Bontempelli, Margaret Sullavan, Harry Schell, and Semyon Lavochkin. After him are Hashim al-Atassi, Lottie Dod, Paul Fort, Harold Spencer Jones, Ernst Wilhelm Bohle, and Sigurd Hoel.

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