Tag: Japanese Internment

People of the Light

Food can trigger fond memories. Growing up, my dad’s cooking was fun to eat.  My mom was the master chef of the house, so eating my dad’s food was special because it didn’t happen often – usually on weekends when he was home from… Continue Reading “People of the Light”

Seen and Unseen – Internment Through Three Lenses

A new book of the Japanese incarceration during World War II. Seen and Unseen is a beautiful book that captures the essence of Japanese internment during World War II from three lenses – literally. The photographs of Dorothea Lange, Toyo Miyatake, and Ansel Adams… Continue Reading “Seen and Unseen – Internment Through Three Lenses”