A Taste of Tuna

Think of the last time you ate tuna. Perhaps it was from a can – Chicken of the Sea? – and swathed in globs of mayonnaise. Maybe you dabbed a bit on a Carr’s cracker, or sandwiched it between two slices of rye. Or, instead, you a sucked down a small, smooth slice of sashimi, or ate it in a roll wrapped with rice and nori. Now, think of an actual tuna fish. Continue reading


Story of Japanese Americans in WWII: Recorded + Corrected

In 1981 Visual Communications videotaped the Los Angeles hearings of the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians – all twenty six hours of the proceedings. Today, with the support of the National Coalition for Redress and Reparations, that footage is available on DVD. It would appear that others also understand the importance of keeping a truthful record of our country’s history. Even if it comes decades late.
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