japanese americans Bonsai tree exhibit offers novel take on 75th anniversary of end of World War II By Tom Banse • Sep 3, 2020 Pacific Bonsai Museum One of the more unusual ways the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II is being marked this summer is with an exhibit of stunted trees. They’re bonsai trees on display at the Pacific Bonsai Museum in Federal Way, Washington. Traveling Japanese Internment Exhibit Makes Stop In Salem By Emily Schwing • Jun 8, 2017 Francis Stewart / U.S. Department of the Interior Listen Listening... / 1:13 A traveling exhibit on Oregon’s participation in incarcerating Japanese Americans and immigrants during World War II made a stop at the Capitol building in Salem this week. A Pilgrimage To Minidoka: 'We Can See The Memories Slipping Away' By Tom Banse • Jul 1, 2015 Tom Banse / Northwest News Network Listen Listening... / 3:46 Living witnesses to the forced relocation of West Coast Japanese-Americans during World War II are growing fewer every year. Many who were incarcerated are in their 80s and 90s now. Federal Government To Award Grants To Remember WWII Japanese Internment Sites By Anna King • Sep 16, 2014 Stacey Camp Listen Listening... / 1:21 After the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, U.S. government officials rounded up Japanese-Americans and sent them to harsh, ill-equipped camps. Now, the National Park Service has announced $3 million in new grants to help preserve that important history.