A Resilient Spirit: The Voice of Hawai'i's Internees

Item # 159347.

Compiled by Claire Sato and Violet Harada.

Japanese American wartime history is presented through the voice of “those who lived it.” Culling through the Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii’s archives of oral histories, poetry, memoirs, historical photos and documents, Resilient Spirit makes history come alive. It honors the memory of all Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II, their voice is a testament to courage and a reminder that such an injustice should never happen again. Paper: 100 pp.

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