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 ...
These last several weeks after this year’s presidential election, I have grieved for my community, one that is made up largely of people from ...
How you identify culturally is almost an internal dialogue with yourself. But an eye-opener for me while making All Our Father’s Relations was how ...
At the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre in Toronto there is a rare exhibition of tattoo art by the late artist and teacher Aba Bayefsky (1923 ...
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 ...
It must have been around 1944, because Maui seemed to be overrun by servicemen: soldiers, marines, and sailors of all different sizes, color, and behavior ...
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