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30.07.2020

Statement from Satsuki Ina on the separation of families in detention during the COVID-19 pandemic

Statement from Satsuki Ina on the separation of families in detention during the COVID-19 pandemic

In 1943, thousands of innocent people of Japanese ancestry were held in mass confinement. It wasn’t until after they had been rounded up and placed in American style concentration camps without due process, that they were forced to sign what was referred to as the “loyalty questionnaire.” If answered in… »

29.05.2020

Face 2 Face with Mike Ishii

Face 2 Face with Mike Ishii

On this show we are speaking with Mike Ishii from Tsuru for Solidarity, an Japanese-American organization that is fighting to close immigrant detention camps across the country. Mike invites everyone to participate in a two-day online event on June 6th & 7th: “Tsuru Rising! A Virtual Protest to Close the… »

20.05.2020

Tsuru for Solidarity Calls for Immediate Humanitarian Release of Immigrant Families and Children

Tsuru for Solidarity Calls for Immediate Humanitarian Release of Immigrant Families and Children

On Wednesday, May 20, US District Judge James Boasberg will have the opportunity to bring justice to thousands of families and children imprisoned in Family Residential Centers by granting their release in response to the lawsuit O.M.G. et. al. v. Wolf. These families, with minor children, continue to be held… »

27.03.2020

Japanese American Activists Hold National Day of Action to Release All Immigrants in Detention Facing Threat of Covid-19

Japanese American Activists Hold National Day of Action to Release All Immigrants in Detention Facing Threat of Covid-19

Tsuru For Solidarity is joining Detention Watch Network’s #FreeThemAll campaign to release immigrants in ICE detention to prevent migrant jails from becoming epicenters of COVID-19 spread. In doing so, Tsuru For Solidarity will share stories of how illness and disease in the WWII camps impacted Japanese Americans, and why this… »

23.02.2020

Japanese American: Silent Solidarity March and Day of Remembrance (Photos and Videos)

Japanese American: Silent Solidarity March and Day of Remembrance (Photos and Videos)

Silent Solidarity March The Silent Solidarity March took place right before the New York Day of Remembrance on Saturday, February 22, 2020 Four years ago and originally it was a march to re-enact the forced removal of Japanese American’s to draw attention to the Muslim Ban. »

05.07.2019

Special Face 2 Face Report Back

Special Face 2 Face Report Back

On this show we speak with Lauren Sumida, Linda Morris and Mike Ishii from Tsuru for Solidarity. Their group organized a historic Japanese American civil disobedience action on June 22 at Fort Sill in Oklahoma to protest the proposed incarnation of 1400 children there. »

01.11.2017

Face 2 Face with David Okada

Face 2 Face with David Okada

On this show we speak with David Okada, co-President of the NY chapter of the Japanese-American Citizens League concerning the #SaveTuleLake campaign and the effort to have Fred Korematsu Day established in NYC. »

19.12.2016

What Racist Registries Look Like

What Racist Registries Look Like

A new large photo book has just been published called Un-American: The Incarceration of Japanese Americans During World War II. People who support creating a Muslim registry should take a look. Here are the victims before, in their small farms and their LA mansions. Here they are being forcibly removed. »

07.12.2016

Japanese American Community Speaks Out Against Muslim Registries

Japanese American Community Speaks Out Against Muslim Registries

This is a public statement as Japanese Americans, standing up against racism, and standing with and in support of the Muslim community which has been targeted specifically and unjustly in this period, in much the same way that the Japanese American community was targeted during WWII. This is a… »

29.03.2015

NYC holds “Day of Remembrance” – American history of Japanese Americans internment camp

NYC holds “Day of Remembrance” – American history of Japanese Americans internment camp

On March 28, The New York City Day of Remembrance Committee (DOR), a group of volunteers, held their annual event commemorating the struggles that Japanese Americans endured during World War II. This year’s program was a tribute to the late Yuri Kochiyama & The leaders of the Redress… »

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