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Couple devoted to ethnic history — and each other — die days apart

By Stephen Magagnini Sacramento Bee Published Thursday, Mar. 07, 2013 Lorrie Toohey-Maeda’s breast cancer had come back, but the longtime Sacramento City College history teacher put off chemo treatments to be with her husband, Wayne Maeda, who was suffering from … Continue reading

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Video Remembrance of Noboru Taguma (from Memorial Service)

In Remembrance of Noboru Taguma

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Remembering ‘Sonny Boy’

“Sonny Boy” – Noboru Taguma   By CHERSTIN M. LYON   Noboru Taguma was a farm boy. He grew up understanding the meaning of hard work, responsibility, and respect for his elders. At the age of nine, he already understood … Continue reading

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Prof. Art Hansen’s review of new book on Tucsonian resisters and Gordon Hirabayshi

A lifelong relationship: Citizens and the state January 1, 2012 By ART HANSEN, Nichi Bei Weekly Contributor http://www.nichibei.org/2012/01/a-lifelong-relationship-citizens-and-the-state/ PRISONS AND PATRIOTS: Japanese American Wartime Citizenship, Civil Disobedience, and Historical Memory By Cherstin M. Lyon (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2011, 233 pp., … Continue reading

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New book on resisters examines wartime definition of patriotism, civil disobedience

October 20, 2011 By Nichi Bei Weekly Staff CHICAGO — A new book being published by Temple University Press in November is re-examining wartime definitions of citizenship, patriotism, prisons, and civil disobedience through the lives of Gordon Hirabayashi and a … Continue reading

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Remembering you, dad, on Father’s Day

Dad, it’s been three months since you’ve passed, and we all miss you so much, especially mom, who had been by your side for 53 years. We will do our best to look after her in your physical absence. I … Continue reading

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