Support a ‘Living’ Legacy of Japanese American Culture (Part 2)

The 1830 Sutter Street building is one of the few and most long-lasting of great Japanese American works destined to convey some knowledge of us to remote posterity. It is not a shrine, not a pagoda, not a garden, and not a bridge. Nor is it a museum or an historical organization looking backward at […]

The Nichi Bei as a Gateway to Community

When I first started writing for YO! Youth Outlook in 2004, I had no idea it would bring me closer to the Japanese American community. The subject matter, mostly stories of the lives of Asian American refugees, didn’t strike me as something the community would be interested in. I grew up both inside and outside […]

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