Nikkei Family: Memories, Traditions, and Values
Share your favorite Nikkei family stories—legends and contemporary tales, ways in which your family has influenced who you are, and stories that allow us to understand your perspectives on what family is…and can be.
This collection includes materials from the five businesses that students in the Occidental College Asian Studies seminar "Japanophilia" (2009) profiled through their collaboration with the Japanese American National Museum's Discover Nikkei project.
The goal of the project was for pairs of students to visit Little Tokyo multiple times over the ...
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grantdin is the Community Relations Director at Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation. He is looking for Japanese immigration stories, in particular those through Angel Island from 1910-1940. He has contributed a number of Nikkei stories to Discover Nikkei about Japanese immigrants and American-born citizens who were arrested shortly after Pearl Harbor and detained on Angel Island in 1942 and 1943 before being sent to Department of Justice and US Army camps including Santa Fe, NM and many others.
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