mby019720
37:25
Joan Yamate Taketa and Celeste Johnston

Joan Yamate Taketa (53) talks with her friend of many years Celeste Johnston (54) about what she has learned of her paternal family history, how it happened that the family was split up during World War II and what their...

mby021909
23:32
Andy Goto and Harriet Weber

Harriet Weber (65) interviews her friend Andy Goto (84) about his father’s immigration to the United States from Japan, his parents’ farming career, his upbringing in Eastern Oregon and Washington State, and the John Deere dealership that he opened in...

Kaela Lopez and Masako Matano

Kaela Lopez talks with her grandma about what her life was like as a child, a parent, and a grandparent.

mby019912
41:40
Colleen Mahoney and Nancy Mahoney

Colleen Mahoney (89) is interviewed by her daughter, Nancy Mahoney [no age given], about her parents, attending college during the 1940s and '50s, and her journey from a Republican ideology to a Liberal one.

mby008723
39:02
Guy Aoki and Virginia Lora

Guy Aoki (49) tells SC Facilitator Virginia Lora (26) about the negative portrayal of Asians in the media before and during the 1992 L.A. Riots. Guy talks about starting the Media Action Network for Asian Americans (MANAA) in order to...

mby019757
40:37
Beth Markley and Jim Barclay

Beth Markley (51) helps her uncle Jim Barclay (80) remember his father and her grandfather, a police officer and former security manager at Camp Minidoka- a Japanese internment camp and the impact it had on his life.

Hailey Yoshida and Marye Kimoto

Hailey Yoshida (16) talks with her great-grandmother, Marye Kimoto (97) about her experience in Japanese internment camps and her life afterward. Marye also talks about what it was like to live during World War II.

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36:02
Janie Ohara – At 88 an inspiration!

An interview between Janie Ohara (88) and a family friend Ella Crites (14) that talks about Women in Stem, working women, and Japanese Internment Camps. Janie also shares her advice for life along with a favorite food. :D

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46:59
mby019711
39:45
Julia Tinker and Carlene Tanigoshi Tinker

Julia Tinker (49) and her mother Carlene Tanigoshi Tinker (80) talk about their respective Japanese-American identities and also talk about Carlene's experience in Amache internment camp as a youngster, dealing with racism in California, and going back to Amache as...

mby022683
33:02
Susanne Vest and [No Name Given] [No Name Given]

Susanne Vest (84) talks with [No Name Given] [no age given] about the many places she has lived throughout her childhood, memories from World War II, and her life since settling in Utah.

What Happened to Yoshi?

Jack Smith’s best friend was kidnapped by the government, and he never saw him again. On January 5, 2020, Ayden Lord interviewed her grandpa, Jack Smith, in Studio City about his best friend Yoshi who was taken to a Japanese...

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55:14
Donald Harner and Amy Akao

One Small Step conversation partners Donald (Don) Harner (51) and Amy Akao (41), talk about their experiences on September 11, 2001 (this interview was conducted September 11, 2021), what the idea of “equality” means to them, and how the events...