We are now on the road touring the west coast and anticipate more bookings across the nation. We need money to pay for shipping and insurance between colleges and non profit organizations. Generally, museums pay for shipment between locations.
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The Tuna Canyon Detention Station Coalition (TCDSC) biographies were written by the board, community and family members. We have gained a greater insight to their personal experiences. Sigrid Toye said, “I am now finally able to share my feelings with the universe.”
The mission of the TCDSC is to tell the stories of the Japanese, German, and Italian immigrants and others taken from Latin America. We will continue to search for such stores so please contact us so it is preserved for future generations and researchers.
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Japanese American National Museum Reception Gallery Posted Dec 28, 2016
On December 10, 2016, the Japanese American National Museum hosted the Tuna Canyon panel in Aratani Hall on opening day. David Ono, ABC7 news anchor,
Only the Oaks Remain: Stories of the Tuna Canyon Detention Station – Japanese American National Museum Posted Nov 12, 2016
Only the Oaks Remain: The Story of Tuna Canyon Detention Station tells the true stories of those targeted as dangerous enemy aliens and imprisoned in
Traveling Exhibit Brings Tuna Canyon To Life – The Rafu Shimpo Posted Oct 20, 2016
By J.K. YAMAMOTO, Rafu Staff Writer PACOIMA — The Tuna Canyon Detention Station is gone but definitely not forgotten. Located in Tujunga on land now
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