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The actor, who's in the television show "The Terror: Infamy," condemned the Trump administration's family separations along the southern U.S. border.
The set of the new series "The Terror: Infamy" looked remarkably similar to the concentration camps where he had been imprisoned with his family.
The "Star Trek" actor told GQ about how his experience in concentration camps for Japanese Americans during World War II compares to migrant detention today.
Mary Catherine Ford's ancestor Clayton Triggs opened the Manzanar War Relocation Center. She agrees detained migrants are in "concentration camps."
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez drew ire from Trump supporters after she tweeted that the U.S. has established "concentration camps" along the southern border.
The Trump administration announced plans to detain undocumented immigrant children at the site where 700 Japanese Americans were incarcerated during World War II.
Fort Sill in Oklahoma will be used as a “temporary emergency influx shelter" for surging numbers of unaccompanied minors detained at the border.
Filipino American farmers on Bainbridge Island, Washington, cared for the properties of their Japanese American neighbors during World War II. Their bonds still exist today.
Survivors and activists filed an amicus brief challenging the controversial question.
Sens. Tammy Duckworth and Mazie Hirono and Rep. Mark Takano have renewed efforts to prevent another atrocity like the incarceration of Japanese-Americans.
“Aiko Herzig Yoshinaga was the quintessential example that one person can change the course of history.”
Many Japanese Americans, including members of my family, have worked to preserve the lessons of U.S. concentration camps.
Frank Emi led a resistance movement at Heart Mountain, a camp where Japanese-Americans were incarcerated during World War II.
"What you thought was a clever response to @RepHanabusa was flippant & juvenile."
Zinke made the dumb comment in response to a plea that we not forget a dark moment in our country's history.
The two Asian-American women wore periwinkle dresses to the Oscars -- but they do not look alike.
“We should embrace one another, we should move forward, we should not try to re-create the 1940s, 1930s,” the Gold Star father says.
A Senator also pointed out Asians may not apply for DACA due to Japanese-American prison camp history.