Publishing Prejudice: Concealed Consequences

The Oregonian
October 26, 2022

Preserving history with Tom Ikeda

Beyond the Blue Badge Podcast
October 7, 2022

Densho announces new executive director

Northwest Asian Weekly
August 25, 2022

A reconstructed guard tower at Minidoka National Historic Site. © Glenn Nelson

Confronting America's Dark Past

National Parks Conservation Association
February 18, 2022

Artist Lauren Iida, who works mainly in cut paper, repositions the “memory net” she’s creating in recognition of the 80th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, signed by President Franklin Roosevelt, that allowed the U.S. Army to force people of Japanese descent to leave their homes and businesses and be taken to incarceration camps. The Memory Net Remembrance Project will be unveiled virtually at 3 p.m. Saturday by Densho, a Seattle nonprofit whose mission is “to preserve and share history of the WWII incarceration of Japanese Americans to promote equity and justice today.” For more information, go to (Alan Berner / The Seattle Times)

A net woven of art and memory

Seattle Times
February 17, 2022