Website Credits
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Production Credits
Photo Credits

The Densho website was developed and is maintained by Densho: The Japanese American Legacy Project, Seattle, Washington, USA. Affiliations are listed for informational purposes only and do not indicate endorsement by institutions. Densho is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.


Production Credits

Project Management: Tom Ikeda
Research & Editorial: Alice Ito, Patricia Kiyono
Technical Management: Dan Benson
Website Development: Cynthia You
Production Management: Dana Hoshide
Education Coordination: Jenna Ichikawa
Historical Research: Daryl Maeda (Oberlin College)
Design & Art Direction: Glenn Yonezawa (Y Design), Andi Rusu (Cursivecode)
Testing & Proofing: Leslie Arai, Eiko Tubridy and Ellen Kuwana
Causes of the Incarceration - Concept and Writing: Becky Fukuda, Kim and Art Nakata (Furryteeth)
Civil Rights and Japanese American Incarceration - Content and Editorial: Gary Mukai (Stanford University)
In the Shadow of My Country - Artwork: Roger Shimomura; Concept and Design: Umit Gokce, UBC Digital Media; Editing: Patricia Kiyono

Content Advisors:
Stephen Fugita (Santa Clara University)
Becky Fukuda (Densho interviewer)
Jenna Ichikawa (TriWest Group)
Alice Ito (Marguerite Casey Foundation)
Tetsuden Kashima (University of Washington)
Gail Nomura (University of Washington)

Technical Advisors:
Glenn Fujimoto (IBM Corporation)
Geoff Froh (HAI)
Tom Corddry (SmartChannels)
Francisco Lacson (SmartChannels)
Rahul Sonnad (thePlatform)

Educational Advisors:
Paula Fraser (Stevenson Elementary School)
Doug Selwyn (Antioch University)
Walter Parker (University of Washington)
Bryce Nelson (Seattle School District)

Legal Advisors:
Mari Horita, attorney at law
Kimton Eng (Dorsey & Whitney, LLP)
Glenn Rickards (Dorsey & Whitney, LLP)


Photo Credits

Home Page

Clockwise, starting from left - denshopd-i73-00001, Courtesy of the Bettmann Archive and CORBIS
denshopd-i36-00020, Courtesy of the Museum of History & Industry
denshopd-p23-00005-1, Courtesy of the Tazuma Family
denshopd-i36-00016, Courtesy of the Museum of History & Industry

Causes of the Incarceration

Home - denshopd-i151-00053, Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
History of Racism - denshopd-i73-00001, Courtesy of the Bettmann Archive and CORBIS
Wartime Hysteria - denshopd-i37-00488, Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
Failure of Leadership - denshopd-i37-00486, Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
Economic Motivations - denshopd-i40-00077, Courtesy of the Manuscripts, Special Collections, University Archives Division, University of Washington Libraries

Learning Center: Civil Rights and Japanese American Incarceration

For Teachers

Why Use This Curriculum - denshopd-i37-00442, Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
How to Use This Curriculum - denshopd-i37-00392, Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
Lessons & Activities - denshopd-i37-00438, Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration

Historical Overview

Immigrants & Civil Rights - denshopd-i41-00003, Courtesy of the California Department of Parks and Recreation
Prelude to Incarceration - denshopd-i36-00031, Courtesy of the Museum of History & Industry
Incarceration Years - denshopd-i36-00043, Courtesy of the Museum of History & Industry
Question of Loyalty - denshopd-i37-00309, Courtesy of the National Archives and Records Administration
Legacies: Redress - denshopd-p26-00017, Courtesy of the Yanagihara Family Collection


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