Help Manzanar National Historic Site Recover a Part of History

following is a press release from the Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association. The Eastern Sierra Interpretive Association (ESIA) is seeking to raise $40,000 to help move an original War Relocation Authority administration apartment building back to the Manzanar National Historic Site. The apartment building, once part of what the Japanese American incarcerees called “Beverly Hills,” will... Continue Reading →

2020-21 Katari Program: “What Resonates With Me the Most Is the Refusal for This History to Be Forgotten, Erased, or Overlooked”

Editor’s Note: The 2020-21 Katari program, which is usually held in early November at the Manzanar National Historic Site, had to be moved to an online format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the loss of the extremely important placed-based learning component of the program, by all accounts, it seems that we were able to... Continue Reading →

Manzanar Revolt: Every Story Matters

Featured Photo: A funeral is held on December 21, 1942 for James Ito and Jim Kanagawa, both shot by soldiers as they gathered in a crowd on December 6, 1942 at Manzanar (Nagatomi Family Collection/National Park Service). This past Saturday, April 24, was our virtual 52nd Annual Manzanar Pilgrimage. As has been our tradition for... Continue Reading →

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