SOURCE: NPR Codeswitch
The fight for Japanese American reparations came with significant resistance—not just from the American public at large, but from the Japanese American community itself, as John Tateishi writes in his new book.
SOURCE: Seattle Times
Bellevue College President, Vice President Out after Mural on Japanese American Incarceration was Altered
The deletion was condemned by the Seattle chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League, which called the act “tantamount to agreement with the hate speech of decades past.”
SOURCE: The Washington Post
In papers presented in 2000 and 2007, historian Margo J. Anderson of the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and statistician William Seltzer of Fordham University found evidence that census officials cooperated with the government, providing data to target Japanese Americans.
Along with Rosie the Riveter You Should Think of This When You Conjure Up the Home Front in World War II
by Stephanie Hinnershitz
Incarcerated Japanese Americans working on factory lines in the war effort.
by Shirley Ann Higuchi
This is one family’s story.
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