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Manzanar; An Era We Cannot Duplicate

Imagine one day you are interrupted from your everyday life. You wake up; you go to work, whether it is an office job, construction, farm work, seamstress, teacher or any other normal career that earns you a living. 1,478 more words


Oct. 11: Sally Sudo to speak on WWII internment camps

The Department of History, Department of Ethnic and Religious Studies, and the Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship (ICES) invite all students, employees and community members to an event to commemorate the 75th anniversary of a tragic chapter in U.S. 61 more words


April 2017 in Photos

These photos were taken in early April when I took a road trip to Manzanar National Historic Site, the former internment camp, to write this essay for NPR… 99 more words

Photo Diary

Book Review: The Shadow Land – Elizabeth Kostova ***

Apologies that there has only been one book review this week but The Shadow Land is a real beast of a book. I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with Elizabeth Kostova’s books. 363 more words

Book Review

After the Bloom - Leslie Shimotakahara

Genre: Literary Fiction
Publisher: Dundurn

A daughter’s search for her mother reveals her family’s past in a Japanese internment camp during the Second World War. 

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Book Reviews

Day of Remembrance: Ben Sakugochi

I was in Los Angeles for the President’s Day weekend and was fortunate enough to catch the last day of Drawing the Line at the… 439 more words