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- Japanese Internment 46
- memories of growing up 12
- personal experiences 12
- historical events/people 8
- memories of former times 8
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Llyn talks about her family's experience in a Japanese internment camp. She talks about the impact that had on her family and community, and then the conversation moves on to her personal history as she reaches a huge milestone -...
Mary Doi [no age given] interviews her daughter Lisa Doi (29) about her work as an organizer at Tsuru for Solidarity advocating for the Japanese American community, the history of the paper crane, the evolution of folk art in the...
Charlene Kiyuna (67) interviews her friend Marion Masada (87) about her childhood experience of being imprisoned in a Japanese internment camp during WWII and the subsequent struggles she faced after her and her family were released.
Siblings Nikiko Masumoto (34) and her brother Korio Masumoto (28) talk about their experiences as Hapa Americans, growing up on a family farm, and their connection to their family, their Japanese identity, and to their grandparents.
Rosalie Crotts (66) speaks with her father Rene Ceniceros (90) about meeting her mother when they were young, in East Los Angeles, and the life they built together.
Sharon Wakamoto, an OC resident for almost 60 years, but born in Los Angeles spent a few years as a young child, during WW2 in the Japanese internment camp or War Relocation Center as it was called, at Gila Bend,...
Mom’s memories growing up around her farming family along the coast of California.
The Red Cross broke into the Japanese internment camps to deliver first aid.