Lane Ryo Hirabayashi

The Japanese American National Museum and the Culture of Collaborations

As many know, Japanese Americans across the USA will participate this month in their local Day of Remembrance commemorations. Held on or around February 19, the DOR commemorates the day that then president Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which allowed the identification, arrest, and ongoing incarceration of any and all persons alleged to be inimical to national security.

As many know, Japanese Americans across the USA will participate this month in their local Day of Remembrance commemorations. Held on or around February 19, the DOR commemorates the day that then president Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which allowed the identification, arrest, and ongoing incarceration of any and all persons alleged to be inimical to national security. February 19 marks the 75th anniversary of the issuing of Executive Order 9066.

Hikaru Carl Iwasaki and the WRA's Photographic Section, 1943-1945

Lane Ryo Hirabayashi is The George and Sakaye Aratani Professor of the Japanese American Incarceration, Redress, and Community at UCLA, and author and editor of numerous titles, including Reversing the Lens (UPC), Common Ground (UPC), Japanese American Resettlement through the Lens (UPC), The Politics of Fieldwork: Research in an American Concentration Camp, and Teaching Asian America: Diversity & the Problem of Community. He is also the general editor of UPC's The George and Sakaye Aratani Nikkei in the Americas Series.

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