ニッケイの世代: 家族とコミュニティのつながり

第10回のニッケイ物語では、「世代」をテーマにストーリを募集します。世代間のつながりや日系の若い世代が自らのルーツをどのようにとらえているかなど、様々なトピックが対象になります。

「ニッケイの世代」に関するストーリーを2021年9月30日までご投稿ください。

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The Heart Mountain Barracks Project

In 1942, hundreds of thousands of Japanese Americans, living on the West Coast were forced to live in internment camps due to Franklin D. Roosevelt's Executive Order 9066.  After the War, the government sold these buildings for only a dollar, and were later used by owners as storage areas for …
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ニマ会コミュニティ

あなたも、ディスカバー・ニッケイ・グローバル・コミュニティーに参加してみませんか?このコミュニティは、「ニマ」の人々が互いに繋がり、多くを共有する場です。「日系のことを学びたい」、「日系の体験を伝えたい」という世界中の人々が、ニマ会に参加しています。ニマの皆さんをご紹介しましょう。

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今月のニマ

kyra.karatsu (California, United States)

Kyra Karatsu is a Japanese-German Yonsei from Santa Clarita, CA—about an hour from Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo, where she often visited her grandmother, Mary Karatsu, who was a long-time volunteer at the Japanese American National Museum. She is a second-year Communications major at College of the Canyons and works to develop OER materials and Zero Cost Textbooks in her college’s Online Education department. She also contributes to The Rafu Shimpo.

Kyra has followed in her grandmother’s footsteps and is now a volunteer for Discover Nikkei since this past January. She has written stories for us about Oshogatsu and the graphic novel, We Hereby Refuse. In addition, she has shared with us several of her own stories, including one about her grandmother which was included in the Nikkei Generations: Connecting Families & Communities special series. We just published a second story that’s also part of the series.

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