Community Works/California
Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Northern California
National Japanese American Historical Society presents:

Japanese American Internment Project
If they came for me today…

April 5-July 31, 2004

The exhibition re-opens from April 5 until July 31, 2004 at the National Japanese American Historical Society, 1684 Post Street, San Francisco, (415) 921-5007.

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If they came for me today…honors 15 men and women who were interned or impacted by the internment in a multi-media installation created by students at George Washington High School with artists-in-residence Alissa Blackman, Wendy Hanamura, Dee Morizono, and Tanya Pearlman.

Honorees: Dianne Fukami, Philip Kan Gotanda, Sato Hashizume, Ruth Okimoto, Chizu Iiyama, Ernie Iiyama, Sox Kitashima, Mary Masamitsu, Ginger Masuoka, Janice Mirikitani, Esther Oda, Emiko Omori, Toru Saito, Moran Yamanaka, and George Yoshida.

This exhibit is the culmination of a California Arts Council Arts Education Demonstration Project. This project was funded by the California Arts Council, the Sam and Mary Mills Fund, and individual donors.


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