Manzanar Pilgrimage Attendees Featured On Sacramento Public Radio Show

For the past two years, the Florin chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League has brought a diverse group of people to the Manzanar Pilgrimage, the trip being coordinated by Andy Noguchi.

After they returned home, Andy, his daughter Annie Kim Noguchi, former Manzanar prisoner Carol Hironaka, and Manzanar National Historic Site Interpretive Ranger Richard Potashin were guests on Insight, a radio program on KXJZ radio (90.9 FM; National Public Radio) in Sacramento, California on May 1, and they spoke about their experiences at the Manzanar Pilgrimage last weekend.

For more on this edition of Insight, check out: Manzanar Pilgrimage/Women’s Empowerment/Summer Fuel.

You can listen to this edition of Insight (the portion about Manzanar and the Manzanar Pilgrimage; 29:16) right here (click on the right arrow to play):

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