A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans and the U.S. Constitution
As seen in Public Historian February 2018 issue – By Hanako Wakatsuki
Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community
Born Free and Equal: The Story Of Loyal Japanese Americans by Ansel Adams (book now available for online viewing/download from Library of Congress)
Bringing a Silent Voice to Life
Densho – Official Blog
Densho: The Japanese American Legacy Project
Exhibit to tell history of camp
FBI Searches and Arrests: Imperial Valley, 1941–1942
Fred T. Korematsu Institute For Civil Rights and Education
Free To Die For Their Country (Eric Muller)
Friends Of Minidoka
Go For Broke National Education Center
Granada National Historic Landmark
Heart Mountain National Historic Landmark
Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation
JARDA: Japanese American Relocation Digital Archives
Manzanar Never Again by Ken Burns
Minidoka National Historic Site
Minidoka Pilgrimage Committee
Nihonmachi Outreach Committee
Nikkei For Civil Rights and Redress
Poston Restoration Project
Power Of Words – JACL
Rohwer National Historic Landmark
Sites of Shame
The Long Arc Toward Justice
Topaz Museum
Tule Lake Committee
War Relocation Authority Photographs of Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement, 1942-1945

News Articles

It wasn’t just Japanese Americans, Germans and Italians were impacted by WWII Executive Order 9066, too
Executive Order 9066: An American scar, 75 years later
Girl Scout Researches Tuna Canyon For Gold Award Project
Tuna Canyon Detention Station congratulates Girl Scout Kaitlyn
Daily News – ‘Dangerous enemy aliens’ ​were once imprisoned here. Now, a sign is ‘evidence’ of a dark history
Los Angeles Daily News – WWII station to get marker
Los Angeles Daily News – A Tujunga site with a troubling past is marked with signs for all to remember