San Jose Obon Festival honors memory of Japanese ancestors , San Jose Mercury News
SAN JOSE — The familiar sights and sounds drifted through Japantown on Saturday as they do every summer: fresh sushi and teriyaki. Japanese folk music. The rumble of drums and the chatter of curious children.
Opinion | How the Supreme Court Replaced One Injustice With Another
My father, Fred Korematsu, would have been upset that the court overturned his case only to uphold President Trump’s travel ban.
#HOPE4KAPIL Donor Campaign
Be The Match Bone Marrow Registry needs help finding a stem cell donor for Kapil. Watch the video to learn more about the #HOPE4KAPIL campaign. Japantown has hosted several donor recruitment events.
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Here's why America's current tragedies have the same causes.
Japanese-Americans imprisoned at Texas internment camp in 1940s watch border crisis unfold with heavy hearts
For Japanese-Americans who were held at a South Texas internment camp, the trauma inflicted on migrant children who have been separated from their parents is all too familiar.
The changing face of San Jose’s Japantown , Bay Area News Group
A half century ago, Roy Hirabayashi remembers how in Japantown you could “walk down the middle of the street blindfolded and not worry about being hit by a car.” Now, not so much.