Japanese Americans (日系アメリカ人, Nikkei Amerikajin?) are American people of Japanese heritage. Japanese Americans have historically been among the three largest Asian American communities, but in recent decades, it has become the sixth largest group at roughly 1,304,286, including those of mixed-race or mixed-ethnicity. In the 2000 census, the largest Japanese American communities were found in California with 394,896, Hawaii with 296,674, Washington with 56,210, New York with 45,237, and Illinois with 27,702.
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... This is a list of documentary films about the Japanese-American internment ... Barbed Wire (1997) – Steve Rosen/Terri DeBono Camp Amache The Story of an American Tragedy (2007) - Don Dexter The Cats of Mirikitani (2006) – Linda Hattendorf A Challenge to Democracy (1943) Children of the Camps ... Rabbit in the Moon (1999) – Emiko Omori Something Strong Within (1994) – Japanese American National Museum Topaz (1945) Topaz (1988) – KUED Toyo's ...
... recounts the four years his family spent in Japanese American internment, his experiences there, and the aftermath of those experiences ... The book also provides background and research into the 120,000 Japanese Americans who were interred in similar camps ... While working, Takei discovered a plan by other Japanese American strawberry farmers to cheat Mexican laborers that had been working with them, and he went and confronted the Japanese ...
... See also categories Japanese-American internment films and Japanese-American internment books Japanese Americans ... In 2010 TBS produced a 5 part, 10hr fictional Japanese language miniseries featuring many of the major events and themes of the Issei and Nisei experience, including ...
... Aiiieeeee! An Anthology of Asian-American Writers, Washington, DC Howard University Press, 1974 (Coeditor) ... The Big Aiiieeeee! An Anthology of Chinese American and Japanese American Literature, New York Penguin, 1990 (Coeditor) ... Winner, American Book Award ...
... Until 1923, Seattle Dojo, Tacoma Dojo, and Fife Dojo were the only Japanese American judo clubs in Washington State ... judo (or jujutsu) methods were taught to non-Japanese by other non-Japanese ... Then, starting in 1924, additional Japanese American clubs were established ...