Dialogue

Public Historian Tom Ikeda

Season 2021 Episode 2 | 28m 47s | Video has closed captioning.

Tom Ikeda, who provided critical research for Daniel James Brown’s book “Facing the Mountain,” discusses his Seattle-based non-profit, Densho. It preserves the stories of Americans of Japanese descent during World War II. Ikeda’s parents and grandparents were imprisoned in the Minidoka camp in Idaho.

Aired: 12/10/21

Rating: TV-G

Problems Playing Video? | Closed Captioning

Dialogue is a local public television program presented by IdahoPTV.

Major Funding by the Laura Moore Cunningham Foundation. Additional funding by the James and Barbara Cimino Foundation, the Friends of Idaho Public Television and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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