The Heart Mountain Wyoming Foundation website is a portal to the Heart Mountain Interpretive Center and also includes a robust collection of resources for camp survivors and descendants, the general public, educators, and researchers.
The Minidoka National Historic Site website includes resources for visitors, educators, and scholars.
The Manzanar National Park Service website includes resources for visitors, educators, and scholars.
Produced by the Colorado State University Public Lands History Center, this is a collection of narratives, interactive maps, images and hard-to-find archival materials (including camp rosters).
The Poston Community Alliance website provides information about and archival resources from the historic site. It amplifies the histories of the people whose lives are linked to that land: Japanese American and Colorado River Indian alike. It also includes the work of a featured artist and information about annual pilgrimage.
"The mission of the Poston Community Alliance is to preserve Poston’s incarceration history in order to uphold social justice for all Americans, regardless of race, religion and ethnicity. Through multimedia education and the preservation of stories, artifacts and historic structures, Poston’s unique multicultural history, involving Japanese Americans and Native Americans, will be kept alive."
Untitled (Eroded Historic Marker, Poston, Arizona)
April 05, 2021
The Amache Preservation Society is an all-volunteer organization. Their website provides information about the historical significance of the site, and practical guidance for visitors including a driving tour map.
In the spring of 2021, bills were introduced in the House of Representatives and the Senate to designate Amache a National Park.
Contact your local representatives to support these bills and follow their progress in the Senate and the House.
The Topaz Museum is located in Delta, Utah, a short drive from the National Historic Site. The website includes guidance on visiting the historic site and a map of a driving tour to see repurposed barracks in Delta.
The Tadaima! website is a repository for virtual programing that was created in lieu of the 2020 Japanese American concentration camp pilgrimages.
Kokono is a place where people from diverse backgrounds can come together and share their passion for life through the arts, creativity, and curiosity.
Scapegoat Cities Is made by Eric Muller. Based on rigorous research, Muller's narratives animate the real experiences of people in the camps.