Remembering The Nisei Project 2003
Marla Hirokawa & Laurie Hamano talk about The Nisei Project on KGMB television during the Hawaiian Island tour in July 2003.
Article in Discover Nikkei
Written by Nancy Matsumoto The stories of the valiant all-Nisei 100th Infantry Battalion and the 442nd Infantry Regiment of World War II have been told in art forms ranging from haiku to the graphic novel. But choreographer Marla Hirokawa may well be the first person to bring the tale of discrimination, imprisonment and battlefield glory to life in the form of a ballet. READ MORE
WWII Testimonies, Part 1
Marla Hirokawa interviews Kazuo Yamagushi. Mr. Yamaguchi is 89 years old, and was born and raised in Queens, NY. In this interviews he recounts his memories of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, and his enlistment in the U.S. armed forces.