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The production of this Web site was made possible through the generous support of the following organizations:

Rockefeller Foundation

AT&T Foundation

Smithsonian Institution Asian Pacific American Program

National Museum of American History

Online Exhibit Curator: Jennifer Locke Jones
Reviewers: Dr. Franklin Odo
Director, Asian Pacific American Program

Dr. Tom D. Crouch
Senior Curator, National Air and Space Museum

Project Assistant and Content Manager: Rebeccah Friedman
Web Program Director: Judith Gradwohl
Webmaster: Matt MacArthur
Imaging Specialists: David Miller
Patrick Brown
Video Producer: Selma Thomas
Watertown Productions
Translator: Noriko Sanefuji, intern


Creative Director: Brad Johnson
Producer: Aleen Adams
Studio Director: Julie Beeler
Designers: Brad Johnson
Martin Linde
Design Technologist: Sam Ward
Programmer: Seb Chevrel
Content Editor: Aleen Adams
Production Assistant: David Waingarten
Music Composer: Brad Purkey

Special Thanks to:

•Noriko Watanabe for modeling the kimono and obi

•Japanese American Citizens League for use of their curriculum and resource guide

•The Densho Project for providing excerpts from their oral history collection for use as audio clips in the Story Experience

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