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Take Action to Stop the Fence at Tule Lake!

Tule Lake is under threat AGAIN. Despite more than a decade of strong opposition from camp survivors and descendants, the Federal Aviation Administration and Modoc County are renewing their attempts…

A barbed wire fence at the site of the Tule Lake concentration camp, photographed circa 1983.

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The 2024 Japanese American Leadership Delegation with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.

Naomi Ostwald Kawamura: Building Community and Connection that Transcends Borders

In early March, I had the opportunity to be part of the 2024 Japanese American Leadership Delegation (JALD), a program jointly supported by the US-Japan Council and Japan’s Ministry of…

Densho staff with speakers and performers at the 2023 virtual fundraiser. They are gathered on a stage in front of a background that reads Our Voices Will Not Be Silenced.

Highlights from Densho’s 2023 Virtual Fundraiser: Our Voices Will Not Be Silenced

Thank you to everyone who tuned in on October 5 for Densho’s 2023 virtual fundraiser, Our Voices Will Not Be Silenced! 

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Counting Down Our Top 10 Reads from the Densho Catalyst in 2022

As we approach the end of 2022, we’re looking back at the highs — and lows — of the past year. Here are this year’s top ten most-read pieces from…