Japanese American internment

“Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga was the quintessential example that one person can change the course of history.”
Zinke made the dumb comment in response to a plea that we not forget a dark moment in our country's history.
“We should embrace one another, we should move forward, we should not try to re-create the 1940s, 1930s,” the Gold Star father says.
The retail giant apologized, saying it failed to catch the tone-deaf products on its site.
The 442nd Regimental Combat Team was made up of Japanese-Americans, many of whom served when their families were imprisoned behind barbed wire.
A Senator also pointed out Asians may not apply for DACA due to Japanese-American prison camp history.
In 1942, as other students were in caps and gowns, he was imprisoned for being Japanese-American.
Heritage is what minorities keep or make in response to history.
The administration has so far ignored the serious challenges facing the AAPI community – and the federal role in addressing these challenges.
A civil rights center named for Fred Korematsu, one of the Americans who fought back during that period, now hopes the courts stand up.
According to Deadline on May 9, 2017, Zach McGowan has been chosen to star in a film titled “Ni’ihau,” directed by Gabriel
We can be more effective in our arguments about the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 and the Japanese American internment during World War II.
This is not an issue of “free speech” or “balance,” but rather of maintaining academic and journalistic integrity.