Inspired by a Japanese American Writer - Wakako Yamauchi
[Observer] Yamamoto survived being detained at a Japanese internment camp and went on to have a long career as a journalist and short story writer. Today's Google Doodle Celebrates Japanese-American Writer ... ראה עוד
[Newsweek] Hisaye Yamamoto, a Japanese-American short story author and journalist, is celebrated in Tuesday's Google Doodle in honor of Asian Pacific American ... Who Was Hisaye Yamamoto? Google Doodle Celebrates Japanese ... ראה עוד
Author Wakako Yamauchi was incarcerated in the Poston concentration camp, Arizona, during World War II. An older teenager at the time, she was influenced by the work of a fellow Japanese American writer, Hisaye Yamamoto.
This clip is an excerpt from Wakako Yamauchi's Densho oral history interview conducted July 8, 2009. To see the complete interview segment, visit the Densho Digital Repository (http://ddr.densho.org/interviews/ddr-densho-1000-253-1/).
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