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These links and media clips showcase the history and diversity of the Japanese American experiences in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, and Utah.

Oral history interviews from Arizona, conducted by Arizona State University’s Asian Pacific American Studies Program

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Oral history interviews from Texas, conducted by Arizona State University’s Asian Pacific American Studies Program

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Podcasts about Topaz, by Davis (Utah) School District

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Podcasts from the 2007 Day of Remembrance hosted in Ogden, by the Davis (Utah) School District

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Interview with Coloradoan Teruye “Tay” Shioshita Kondo
Mrs. Kondo recounts what life was like for Japanese Americans living in Colorado—outside of Amache—during World War II.

Part 1 (4:49)

Part 2 (5:57)

 

Interview with Richard “Babe” Karasawa (5:36)
Mr. Richard “Babe” Karasawa is interviewed by Marcus Medina-Gay, a New Mexican high school student, and talks about his father’s experience at the Department of Justice camp in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

 

Interview with Patrick Nagatani (4:31)
University of New Mexico’s Professor Emeritus Patrick Nagatani discusses the impact the internment in the World War II Department of Justice-run camp in Santa Fe, New Mexico had on his grandfather.