The new issue of the Hawaii Herald is in stores now.
Our cover story highlights the life of Kiyoshi Okamoto, a nisei activist who protested the unconstitutional incaceration of Japanese Americans during World War II . . .
You’ll also read Dr. Jeanette Takamura’s speech on the 20th anniversary of Project Dana, an organization started by the Moiliili Hongwanji Mission dedicated to serving the elderly and disabled . . .
Plus, a story on the reunion between the 100th Infantry Battalion /442nd Regimental Combat Team and the Texas “Lost Battalion;” columns by Sanford K. Okura and Shara Yuki Enay; and much, much more!
The Herald is available at Borders Books and Music in Kaneohe, Waikele Center and Victoria Ward Center; Best Sellers in downtown Honolulu; Shirokiya; the Kahala, Kaimuki, McCully, Waimalu and Waipahu Times Super Markets; and the Hawaii Hochi Office building located at:
917 Kokea St.
Honolulu, HI 96817
We can also be reached by phone at 808-845-2255.