- Sharing the Story
- Exquisite Art Under Adverse Conditions
- The Barracks Room
- Sports in the Japanese American Community
- Post World War II: Resettlement
- World War II: Military Intelligence Service (MIS)
- 100th Infantry Battalion and 442nd Regimental Combat Team (RCT)
- World War II: Assembly Centers and Internment Camps Exhibit
- Pioneers of San Jose Japantown
- Agricultural Exhibit - Yesterday's Farmer: Planting an American Dream
Sharing the Story
Step into the past and help us honor our community's stories of sacrifice, hardship and resilience. We invite you to come and engage with the firsthand experiences of Japanese Americans who experienced the racial tension and hysteria of WWII. From people who remember the cold, dusty barracks to veterans who served in the U.S. military, the "Sharing the Story" exhibit (located in the JAMsj JCCNC rotating exhibit area) features an array of portraits and recorded interviews, showcasing the unique experiences of Japanese Americans who emerged with incredible stories of hope and overcoming prejudice.
Exhibit Grand Opening
Saturday March 11th, 2017 at 11:00am
For more information on the grand opening, please visit the events page.
We are still calling for stories.If you are interested in sharing your internment experience, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to our Oral History page to learn more about the project.
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