Despite a lack of institutional acknowledgment, evidence from the lives of camp residents and staff members like Stanley Hayami, Jiro Onuma, and Karon Kehoe demonstrates that queer people did exist in the Japanese internment camps.
Yasmine I. Rayyis
About Yasmine I.
Yasmine is a student of Linguistics and Global Studies at the University of California, Berkeley. She hopes to continue on to law school and pursue a career in restorative justice.