Emily Hanako Momohara
Never Again is Now
Emily Hanako Momohara (she/her)
Artist, activist and educator Emily Hanako Momohara shares art she created in response to her Japanese American family’s incarceration during WWII and the current jailing, abuse, and deportation of immigrants in U.S. detention centers.
Photo credit: Chad Jackson
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