The Legacy of Japanese Internment Lives on in Migrant Detention
One year after the Supreme Court dismissed "Korematsu," the Trump administration will begin detaining migrants in a camp where Japanese Americans were incarcerated.
Japanese Americans Are Fighting to Preserve the Site of the Tule Lake Wartime Internment
The battle to commemorate Japanese-American incarceration in northern California comes as Congress is set to deliberate whether to continue to fund such sites nationwide.
Japanese Americans' Fight for Post-Internment Reparations Offers a Blueprint for Tackling Inequality in the Trump Era
Three decades after their movement garnered a government apology for their wartime incarceration, Japanese-American community leaders are still battling for civil liberties for all Americans.
How an Airport Fence Has Sparked a Debate Over Honoring Victims of Japanese Internment
In Tulelake, California, a municipal airport was built on the site of a former internment camp, and now it is at the center of a serious debate over preserving the historical significance of the land.