Katari Project Was “An Eye-Opening Experience”

During the weekend of November 2-3, 2019, 14 college students went on a journey that they will likely never forget, as part of our youth education and engagement project, Katari: Keeping Japanese American Stories Alive, a two-day, intensive, experiential, place-based learning opportunity at the Manzanar National Historic Site. Over the next couple of weeks, each... Continue Reading →

Manzanar Committee Lauds Ranger Rose Masters, Recipient of National Park Service’s 2019 Freeman Tilden Award

LOS ANGELES — The Manzanar Committee, sponsors of the annual Manzanar Pilgrimage going on 51 years, as well as the Manzanar At Dusk program since 1997, congratulates Manzanar National Historic Site Ranger Rose Masters on being named as one of the recipients of the National Park Service’s (NPS) 2019 regional Freeman Tilden Award. The award,... Continue Reading →

We Have A Duty To Them To Keep Their Stories Alive

Editor’s Note: The following is the final installment in our series of reflection pieces written by our students who visited the Manzanar National Historic Site back in November 2018, part of a two-day, interactive, intensive, placed-based learning experience about Japanese American Incarceration. To learn more about this critical educational project targeting college students, please check... Continue Reading →

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