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Pacific Citizens: Larry and Guyo Tajiri and Japanese American Journalism in the World War II Era

Social science


by
Greg Robinson (Editor)

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 344 pages

File size: 1015 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Offering a window into a critical era in Japanese American life, Pacific Citizens collects key writings of Larry S. Tajiri, a multitalented journalist, essayist, and popular culture maven. He and his wife, Guyo, who worked by his side, became leading figures in Nisei political life as the central purveyors of news for and about Japanese Americans during World War II. Through his editorship of the newspaper the Pacific Citizen as well as in articles and columns in outside media, Larry Tajiri became the Japanese American community’s most visible spokesperson, articulating a broad vision of Nisei identity to a varied audience.

Offering a window into a critical era in Japanese American life, Pacific Citizens collects key writings of Larry S. Tajiri, a multitalented journalist, essayist, and popular culture maven. He and his wife, Guyo, who worked by his side, became leading figures in Nisei political life as the central purveyors of news for and about Japanese Americans during World War II. Through his editorship of the newspaper the Pacific Citizen as well as in articles and columns in… (more)

Offering a window into a critical era in Japanese American life, Pacific Citizens collects key writings of Larry S. Tajiri, a multitalented journalist, essayist, and popular culture maven. He and his wife, Guyo, who worked by his side, became leading figures in Nisei political life as the central purveyors of news for and about Japanese Americans during World War II. Through his editorship of the newspaper the Pacific Citizen as well as in articles and columns in outside media, Larry Tajiri became the Japanese American community’s most visible spokesperson, articulating a broad vision of Nisei identity to a varied audience.

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