Walmart is now confident it has removed the vast majority of photos of the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II from sale on its website.
The retail giant responded to concerns reported by AsAmNews that despite assurances the photos were being taken down, many remained.
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An internationally acclaimed Japanese American photographer who was born in Chicago just days after the atomic bomb drop on Hiroshima and Nagasaki has died of colon cancer, reports the Albuquerque Journal.
Patrick Nagatani took on such dark subjects as the incarceration camps and nuclear bombs. He was known for his use of landscapes, … Read more
California Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation that would draw connections for students and the public between today’s political climate and the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II.… Read more
An appointee of President Trump is apologizing for a series of offensive tweets including one which supported the incarceration camps for Japanese Americans in World War II.
William Bradford leads the Energy Department’s office of Indian Energy Policy and programs.
Conservative talk show host Michael Savage is among the latest to advocate a return to incarceration camps which imprisoned 120,000 during World War II, reported the New York Daily News.
“Why don’t you intern all of them before they … Read more
200 Japanese Americans held a reunion at the Santa Anita Racetrack this past weekend to renew friendships and relive memories.
They were imprisoned there before being transferred … Read more
The Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus (CAPAC) is speaking out after Colorado state Rep. Phil Covarrubias appeared to defend World War II Japanese incarceration camps during a debate of House Bill 17-1230.
“For anybody that has never been in the … Read more