Talk on WWII Japanese American internment camps in Arizona at Himmel library on April 11, 2018

UPDATE: Here is the hyperlink to Dr. Yanagihashi’s article on the camps:

JAPANESE AMERICANS INTERNMENT IN AMERICA

UPDATE:  copy of Min’s article is linked above in pdf and so are links to videotapes taken by James Tokishi,  of the lecture below. Over 40 people attended.

Retired East Asian Professor Dr. Min Yanagihashi has recently written an article about the two large Arizona camps at Gila River and Poston. He is a Nisei (2nd Generation) from Honolulu, Hawaii. Light refreshments will be served at this free talk at Himmel Library, 1035 N. Treat Ave. (SW corner of N. Treat Ave. and E. 1st Street, south of Speedway Blvd).

Sponsored by Southern Arizona Japanese Cultural Coalition, on which Dr. Yanagihashi is a Council member since its inception in 2012. He is pictured below speaking about the camps at the 75th anniversary of E.O. 9066 forum last Feb. 2017, at Tucson Desert Art Museum.

Videotape of the lecture Part 2 (questions/answers): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xxtfUCdCkG4

L-R: Carolyn Sugiyama Classen, Prof. Min Yanagihashi (speaking) and Prof. Kathryn Nakagawa

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