Manzanar occupies a special place in my consciousness and conscience. I was first introduced to this eastern California site in 1972 by a California State ...
With the 25th Anniversary of Manzanar becoming a National Historic Site coming up on March 3, 2017, and with the much more significant anniversary happening ...
Slideshow above: Manzanar Classroom Exhibit—Work In Progress. Photos by Gann Matsuda are ©2016 Manzanar Committee. All rights reserved. All materials shown here should be ...
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In the early days at Manzanar, before most of the internees arrived, there weren’t many internees or military personnel in the ...
Living An American life
My father, Richard Shigeru Nishimura, was born in Los Angeles in 1922 and celebrated his 94th birthday this year. He shares ...
Educator, activist, author, and Manzanar Committee Chair Sue Kunitomi Embrey dedicated her life to shedding light on the unjust incarceration of 120,000 people of ...
Fifteen years after its 2001 release, the award-winning documentary film Toyo Miyatake: Infinite Shades of Gray will be screened at the Japanese American National Museum ...
The 1942 incarceration of people of Japanese descent in America and Canada following the bombing of Pearl Harbor has been portrayed in scholarly histories, works ...
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Besides spiritual philosophies and artistic approaches, there is human drama behind this exhibition. Dedicated Japanese American photographers operated in a ...
Boyle Heights, 1940
“Hey Masao, where did you score those fine drapes, ese?”
“Over on Brooklyn and Soto. Manny Garcia’s uncle has a tailor ...
World War II
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Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston
Manzanar At Dusk
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