"Fighting for America: Nisei Soldiers"

Story by Lawrence Matsuda
Art by Matt Sasaki

The novel tells the story of six brave and courageous Nisei soldiers from the Pacific Northwest who proved their loyalty and made a significant mark in American History. The stories are based on real and actual events, which were dramatized and translated to meet visual and narrative requirements.


"Glimpses of a Forever Foreigner"

Poems by Lawrence Matsuda
Artwork by Roger Shimomura

A collaboration between Matsuda and Shimomura inspired by the Japanese American experience including the World War II forced incarceration of 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans. The book contains 38 poems by Matsuda and 18 original illustrations by Shimomura.


"A Cold Wind From Idaho"

Poems by Lawrence Matsuda

With introduction by Tesuden (Tetsu) Kashima, this book contains poetry from Dr. Matsuda about the World War II experience for Japanese Americans in the Pacific Northwest, specifically Idaho and the cold winters endured in concentration camps.


"The Minidoka Story"

Written by Sat Ichikawa
Designed and created especially for elementary school students. A picture storybook of the lives of families who survived America's Concentration Camps during WWII.


"Going For Honor, Going For Broke"

By George Toshio Johnston
"Going for Honor, Going for Broke", DVD of the inspiring, true story of America's most highly decorated military unit, the 442RCT which during WWII was a segregated U.S.Army unit.


"Kash - The Legend and Legacy of Shiro Kashino"

A Film By Vince Matsudaira
Shiro "Kash" Kashino is one of the most storied soldiers of the famed Japanese American 442RCT in WWII.