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An oral interview with Katsumi Kunitsugu, longtime volunteer and leader in Little Tokyo. The interview was conducted for the Japanese American Oral History Project by California State University, Fullerton. Audio is found in item: csufccop_jaoh_0163. 16 pages The Japanese American Oral History Project features oral histories with narrators who talk about their lives, pre and post World War II, but most specifically, about their experience being incarcerated in camps during World War II. Batch6_20170828
Community activities--Nihonmachi ('Japantowns') Community activities--Associations and organizations--Community and social service organizations Geographic communities--California--Los Angeles Identity and values--Kibei Identity and values--Japanese American identity Community activities--Festivals, celebrations, and holidays--Nisei Week Industry and employment--Journalism Industry and employment--Small business Journalism and media--Community publications--Kashu Mainichi Post-World War II Activism and involvement--Politics--Lobbying