doc Nisei War Hero Asks Tolerance For Loyal Kin (February 5, 1944) (ddr-densho-56-1021)
The Seattle Daily Times, February 5, 1944, p. 3
img Nisei soldier and the staff of the Minidoka Irrigator (ddr-densho-10-1)
T-Sergeant Ben Kuroki (center front), a famous Nisei war hero, poses with the staff of the Minidoka Irrigator, the Minidoka concentration camp newspaper. Front (left to right): Mitsu Yasuda, Cherry Tanaka, Ben Kuroki, Kimi Tambara, and Kerry Soejima. Middle: Mitsuko Miyoshi, unidentified, Sachi Yasui, Miye Takatsuka, Masako Tsujikawa, and Watson Asaba. Back: Johnny Okamoto, Peter Ohtaki, …
img Parade for a Japanese American soldier (ddr-densho-37-664)
Shown here is a welcoming parade for Sergeant Ben Kuroki.
doc Letter to Larry Tajiri from Margaret Anderson, editor of Common Ground (ddr-densho-338-452)
Margaret Anderson offering an advance look at Carey McWilliams' new book.
img Homecoming dinner for returning Nisei veterans (ddr-densho-162-14)
In attendance Governor Maw and LDS church president George Albert Smith. At microphone is Ben Kuroki.
doc The Nisei Weekender, Vol. 1, No. 19 (May 2, 1946) (ddr-densho-358-3)
Selected article titles: "Claims Commission Proposed" (p.1, 4), "Community to Be Mobilized to Supply Relief to Japan" (p.1), "Kuroki to Represent JACL Veterans in Protest Against Discriminatory Acts" (p.1), "Nisei March in First May 1 Parade in 5 Years" (p.3).
doc The Nisei Weekender, Vol. 1, No. 20 (May 9, 1946) (ddr-densho-358-4)
Selected article titles: "Kuroki Protests Treatment of Minority Vets in Parley with Gen. Omar Bradley" (p.1, 4), "Amemiya Billed for Ball Show" (p.1), "Hasty Deportation: 2 Days Given to Prepare" (p.1), "Greater N.Y. Group Seeks Coordination of Agencies Against Alien Deportation" (p.1), "Home Is the Soldier" (p.2).
doc Relocation problems and policies (ddr-densho-381-24)
An address delivered by War Relocation Authority Director, Dillon S. Myer, to the Tuesday Evening Club. Myer discusses a variety of topics, including the creation of the War Relocation Authority, managing the camps, and plans for relocation.