The history of the United States’ incarceration of Japanese Americans is known as one of the darkest chapters of American ...
"I'd never been there," she said about Amache, one of 10 "relocation centers" where the U.S. government imprisoned thousands ...
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida visited the Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism During World War II in Washington ...
Public Law 503 forced Japanese and Japanese Americans on the West Coast into 10 U.S. concentration camps. In July of 1942, the Tanbaras received War Relocation Authority (WRA) permission to move ...
SEATTLE — March 21 marks 82 years since the U.S. government forced Japanese Americans into concentration camps following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. When released, they found refuge and ...
There was a residual fear behind Ina’s parents’ concern. They were both incarcerated by the United States government during World War II, along with over 125,000 other Japanese-Americans. They were ...
"Your information is correct. Photo was taken by Dorothea Lange in 1942, just prior to being removed to go to the prison camps for 120,000 Japanese Americans." The image appeared on the Library of ...
A shooting at an Indianapolis nightclub overnight resulted in a total of six gunshot victims, one of whom died at the hospital. (Credit: WTHR via CNN Newsource) A teen in remission from brain ...
A new museum exhibit at the Legacy of the Plains Museum shares the stories of Japanese-American families in the wake of Pearl ...
Mark Ruffalo, Ramy Youssef, Billie Eilish, Riz Ahmed, and Ava DuVernay were among the stars who wore red lapel pins at the Oscars. Sen. Bob Menendez leaves court after pleading not guilty to 12 ...