The drive from San Francisco to Manzanar is long even on contemporary
highways driving 65 miles per hour, and in winter, it’s still longer
when one needs to skirt the Sierras to the south. This location would
have been even more remote in the...
Since I was very
young, I have seen photographs of Jerome, AR. In one, my grandmother is
standing in front of a black tar paper-covered barrack. She is holding my
infant mother, who is wrapped in a wool blanket, a white cap on her head. There
The parallel between Japanese internment during World War II and today’s rising Islamaphobia is already old news -- but it shouldn’t be, because history insists on repeating itself, and we insist on ignoring it.
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