A weekly visual journal/cartoon about an easily-annoyed fourth generation American of Japanese descent. This week, "Rating the Boogey-Men!!"…
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Happy 2017, everyone! With quite the gripping year behind us, I find myself needing to look ahead from a grounded place and in order to ...
The migration over to Southeast Portland on the first day of the year is something that I will always remember. There were the times when ...
Returning home in October 2016 from Japan reminded me of how much my dad, Yoneto Nakata, loved me.
Even though his life was cut short ...
Manzanar has no geographic boundaries and is not bound by time. Manzanar exists today … in many forms, in many places. And in each, the people ...
A weekly visual journal/cartoon about an easily-annoyed fourth generation American of Japanese descent. This week, “Vanta Black…”
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So what happened in the camps? Your family voluntarily went.
Bob Kaneko (BK): Well they voluntarily went to Auburn. And they got ...
Sadly, Mr. Kaneko passed away on September 18, 2016. I regret that he wasn’t able to read his interview and hope that this can ...
In July 1942, the Tashme Internment Camp, the largest in Canada, opened its doors to Japanese Canadians who had been ordered removed from the coast ...
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I spent almost all of my childhood with my grandmother. Her customs, which were of course very Japanese, were reflected in her daily life. She ...
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