I must have passed her house a thousand times. Each time, I wanted to stop, to see if she would hear my story and accept ...
Japanese American politicians and national organizations shared their concerns in the past week on a recent controversial remark about World War II Japanese incarceration as ...
We remember. We are Yonsei, fourth-generation Japanese Americans, hapa, hyphenated-Americans. While we may have grown up in different places, while you may not recognize us ...
When we talk about the state of the Japanese American community today, one of the most common remarks is how incredibly diverse we are. Nikkei ...
When I was growing up, my family aspired to meet the “model minority” myth that was set up to direct how we Nikkei should think ...
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Can you take us through your process of writing and collecting information for Sideways?
Most of my memoir is based on stories ...
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As you were in Chicago during the tumultuous times of the Civil Rights movement in the US, did you feel any commonality ...
Growing up Nikkei has been both a curse and a blessing.
The generation that bore the brunt of the most ‘cursed’ aspects of being Asian ...
On September 2, 2015, the world woke to the harsh image of 3-year-old Aylan Kurdi’s lifeless body washed onshore in Turkey. As a result ...
As a volunteer docent at the Japanese American National Museum, Nahan Gluck leads his tours with pride, compassion, and conviction. What many find surprising, and ...
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