California To Apologize To Japanese Americans For Mistreatment During WWIIThis week, the State of California is set to offer an official apology to Japanese Americans for mistreating them during World War II.
California to Apologize for World War II Internment of Japanese AmericansOn Thursday, California's legislature is expected to approve a resolution offering an apology for the state's role in aiding the U.S. government's internment policy and condemning actions that helped fan anti-Japanese discrimination in World War II.
Mystery High Sierra Skeleton Identified as 'Ghost of Manzanar'A skeleton found by hikers this fall near California's second-highest peak was identified Friday as a Japanese American artist who had left the Manzanar internment camp to paint in the mountains in the waning days of World War II.
Border Separations: Japanese Internment Camp Survivor Warns History Is Repeating ItselfA woman who survived a Japanese internment camp back in the 1940s believes President Trump’s new border policies are bringing back old memories.
Haunting, Historical Images by Bay Area Photographer Dorothea Lange Featured at Oakland MuseumA new exhibit at the Oakland Museum of California called "Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing" features politically-charged photos across decades and cultures.
75th Anniversary of Japanese Internment Brings Painful Memories, New FearsAs survivors commemorate the 75th anniversary of the executive order that authorized their incarceration, they're speaking out to make sure that what happened to them doesn't happen to Muslims, Latinos or other groups.
Google Doodle Honors Fred Korematsu, Who Fought Japanese InternmentOn Monday, Google’s homepage was dedicated to Fred Korematsu, a civil rights activist who fought the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Mike Honda Slams Trump Supporter’s Comments On Japanese InternmentRep. Mike Honda, a survivor of Japanese internment during World War II, is condemning a Donald Trump supporter who said internment could be used as a “precedent” for registering Muslims.