Op Ed: Fight Back in the War Against Expertise

Soon after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, rumors spread that some of the Japanese American residents of Hawaii had blocked the path of emergency vehicles that were heading to the naval base to put out fires and save lives. Such incidents, it was said, showed that the nation’s Japanese

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Remembrance Ceremony: Bellevue College

Act of Bellevue College vice president defacing a mural of two Japanese American children in a World War II incarceration camp leads to a remembrance ceremony and show of support. Read on: https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/eastside/bellevue-college-administrator-who-altered-display-on-japanese-american-incarceration-placed-on-leave/ Remembrance Ceremony Announcement On Tuesday, March 3rd at 1:30 p.m., there will be a short commemoration ceremony

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Bainbridge Island’s Mochi Tsuki Festival

Hot off the presses! The Kitsap Sun featured these photos on Saturday, January 4th, 2020, immediately after the close of the 31st Annual Mochi Tsuki celebration at Woodward Middle School.

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A SAKAI CELEBRATION: Bainbridge community hosts 100th birthday bash on school’s 20th anniversary

They shared their family name, and so much more. The extended Bainbridge community gathered Saturday at Sonoji Sakai Intermediate School to mark its 20th birthday and to celebrate the 100th birthday of Kay Sakai Nakao, the daughter of the school’s namesake and one whose presence has been synonymous with the

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