Learn about WWII incarceration of innocent Japanese-Americans on Densho

Densho is a Japanese term that means to pass on to the next generation or to leave a legacy. It is also the name of a comprehensive reference tool with approximately 1,000 primary source entries and other materials related to the World War II incarceration of innocent Japanese Americans. The site aims to preserve and share the history of these incarcerations as well as to promote equity and justice in modern times. These primary source materials and teaching resources can be beneficial for use in history, English, or even Japanese courses.