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Los Angeles City Councilmembers Monica Rodriguez and David Ryu introduced this resolution today. Tuna Canyon Detention Station opened on December 16, 1941-1943. R E S

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NJAH CEO, Rosalyn Tonai, welcomed panelists Grace Shimizu, Nancy Oda, and Larry DiStasi who opened the exhibit called “Only the Oaks Remain” on June 10.

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Here’s a photo of our group who performed “Only the Oaks Remain” yesterday at the San Fernando Valley Japanese American Community Center. Pictured are (l-r)

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Former Los Angeles Department of Transportation official, and current city traffic engineer and traffic planner, James Okazaki, and his team came through and designed the

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The Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to install a sign at the former site of the Tuna Canyon Detention Station in Tujunga in recognition

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