Dr. Kanji Sahara spoke about Issei, the immigrant. He asked, ‘What Issei would want us to do today? “With little or no political and local support, 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans were forcibly incarcerated. Speech was given when he received the Leadership Award as Project Director of the traveling exhibit named “Only the Oaks Remain.” December 2016

Consul General Akira Chiba responded to a Los Angeles Times letter to the editor on the 75th anniversary of Pearl Harbor regarding the fear that was the context for racism. Speech was given in the Aratani Hall at the Japanese American National Museum on December 2016.

Daniel Mayeda, grandson of detainee, Kunitomo Mayeda, raised question for the 2017 political climate. Read this essay by a grandson who has been a long time community volunteer.

Statement from Tuna Canyon Coalition on Passing of Holly Yasui

Why Is the Tuna Canyon Detention Station Important?

Written by Jean-Paul deGuzman

The Legacy of Merrill Scott

Written by Lloyd Hitt

Speeches: 1913 Alien Land Law

Councilman Alarcon Talks About the Importance of TCDS

Rose Ochi

Ernie Nishii

“Tuna Canyon Detention Station” compilation video