Session 10: Daniel Hanasaki’s story
The tenth stage of our "Storied Pilgrimage with Race" series, Tim Gee interviews Daniel Hanasaki, member of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in San Jose, about his life, his family history, their internment camp experience, and his experiences with race. Resources are listed below for group conversation.
Take time to reflect. Then write a Haiku using the phrase “rise above.” (A Haiku is a Japanese poetic form that consists of three lines, with five syllables in the first line, seven in the second, and five in the third.)
Visit the San Jose Japanese-American Historical Museum
View the link about and/or visit the Japanese American Internment Memorial
Watch: "Norm Mineta and his Legacy: An American Story" (PBS)
Watch or rent the musical "Allegiance"