Who Belongs and Who Doesn’t?

The following was originally published in the printed program for the 49th Annual Manzanar Pilgrimage, April 28, 2018. by Jim Matsuoka In 1942, we were thought to be unassimilable and a threat to American society. Time and historical fact has shown otherwise, but we know the consequences of being seen as a statistical mass of... Continue Reading →

Four Reflections on Lane Hirabayashi

by Glen Kitayama I met Lane back in 1989, when I was a young graduate student at UCLA, working with NCRR (at the time, the National Coalition for Redress/Reparations; now Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress) and researching the Redress Movement. At the time, Lane was a professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder. As... Continue Reading →

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