There was a time when information about Executive Order 9066 and how it affected the lives of tens of thousands of people hardly existed. That, fortunately, has changed. Today, there are many excellent resources — books, as well as DVDs — that help to tell the story. We have compiled a list of titles worth exploring to add to your knowledge about one of the gravest injustices in American history. These resources might be available for borrowing from your neighborhood library, or they can be purchased from the institutions noted in parentheses following the title and author/filmmaker.
• “An Internment Odyssey: Haisho Tenten,” by Suikei Furuya, translated by Tatsumi Hayashi. (JCCH)