Educate the public about the history of Tuna Canyon Detention Station to help the country come to terms with its past and make certain to never repeat it.
Research the history of Tuna Canyon and its detainees and, more generally, the arrest and incarceration of Japanese, Germans, and Italians.
Honor the detainees who were so unjustly treated by chronicling and preserving the personal stories of Tuna Canyon detainees.
Build an on-site memorial to commemorate the lives of the over 2000 men and some women detained at the Tuna Canyon Detention Station.
Provide scholarships to educate our youth and increase youth advocacy dedicated to opposing any discrimination, particularly if based on race or ethnicity.
Continue to share our “Only the Oaks Remain” Traveling Exhibit.
Partner with organizations seeking to help us accomplish our goals and support the efforts of others with similar goals.