Jim Murakami talks of his family background and his youth in Sonoma County. He describes his family's experiences after Pearl Harbor, its evacuation to and life at Camp Amache and their return to Sonoma County. He describes his experiences in college and recounts his leadership role in the local and national Japanese American Citizens League. Audio file is available in item: ssu_nbea_0332. The North Bay Ethnic Archive features material related to the forced relocation of northern San Francisco Bay Area residents to Incarceration Camp Granada (Amache), Colorado. It includes correspondence, photographs, and reports. Some of the original items are housed with the Sonoma County Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), and were borrowed for digitization courtesy of the JACL. The remainder are housed in Special Collections.
World War II--Incarceration camps World War II--Mass removal ('Evacuation') World War II--Pearl Harbor and aftermath World War II--Mass removal ('Evacuation')--Aftermath World War II--Incarceration camps--Living conditions Education--Higher education Community activities--Associations and organizations--Japanese American Citizens League
Sebastopol, California Incarceration Camps--Granada (Amache)
Sonoma State University Library, Rohnert Park, California