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Remember the history of Executive Order 9066

After visiting Year of Remembrance: Glimpses of a Forever Foreigner exhibition, continue diving deeper into the history and tragedy of Executive Order 9066 with these great novels and works by local artists. 

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EXECUTIVE ORDER 9066
A publication that accompanied our exhibit of the same name in 1992, detailing the history of Japanese Americans affected by Executive Order 9066. $15                            



GLIMPSES OF A FOREVER FOREIGNER
Born in Idaho’s Minidoka Internment Camp during WWII, Lawrence Matsuda speaks from personal experience on being a Japanese American to present a deeper perspective on racism and the “model minority.” $21.99




BOOGIE WOOGIE CRISSCROSS
Lawrence Matsuda and Tess Gallagher bring us this book of conversational poetry. $21.95



YELLOW TERROR
Roger Shimomura’s art mocks “yellow terror,” a term used to describe the fear of Asian and Asian Americans taking over. $29.95



SHADOWS OF MINIDOKA
Having lived in an internment camp during WWII and growing up being Japanese American in the years afterwards, Roger Shimomura’s powerful artwork reminds us of the hardships he and over 120,000 people went through. $35



SIKH COMMUNITY
Stories of the Sikh community who has achieved over 100 impactful years in the Pacific Northwest. $12.50



AN AMERICAN HERO, SHIRO KASHINO
Based on the graphic novel FIGHTING FOR AMERICA: NISEI SOLDIERS, this inventive animated short tells the story of Shiro Kashino, a World War II Nisei veteran. Born in Seattle and a graduate of Garfield High School, Shiro would go on to join the 442nd Regimental Combat Team and become one of the most decorated soldiers of the Second World War. $9.12



FIGHING FOR AMERICA: NISEI SOLDIERS
This graphic novel written by Lawrence Matsuda and illustrated by Matt Sasaki tells the story of six brave and courageous Nisei soldiers from the Pacific Northwest who proved their loyalty and made a significant mark in American history. $31.95





A DIFFERENT BATTLE: STORIES OF ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN VETERANS
A Different Battle highlights the personal storeis of veterans of Asian and Pacific Islander descent who served during World War II, the Korean War, the Vietnam War, Grenada, and the Persian Gulf War. Their stories reveal the unique struggles Asian Pacific American veterans faced because of racism. $18.95





JOURNEY TO TOPAZ
During the Japanese Internment of World War II, 11-year old Yuki and her family experience both tragedy and companionship. $10
STEP INTO A UNIQUELY AMERICAN STORY


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