• Japanese Americans respond to the disaster in Japan with words of faith.
  • The recovery effort in Japan was at the heart of the annual dinner held by the Reno chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League.
  • NPR, likewise, points out that trauma has served as the impetus for some of the country’s greatest literary works. Japanese literature scholar Donald Keene gives some examples of that tradition here.


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