Dear Sally: How Kuni and Sally Came to Warren Wilson College

In 1943, as the United States was embroiled in World War II and anti-Japanese hysteria, Kuniko Hirokawa and Sally Mizokami, Japanese American women from a concentration camp in Arizona, attended Warren H. Wilson Vocational Junior College. Combining resources from the College Archives with national and local sources and with technical support from the Warren Wilson College Sound Lab, this film uses the voices of Warren Wilson College students, faculty, and alumni to tell the story of a significant chapter in the history of the college.
Warren H. Wilson Vocational Junior College--History, Warren Wilson College--History, Arthur M. Bannerman, Hirokawa, Kuniko, Yoshiko Sally Mizokami, Japanese Americans--Forced removal and internment, 1942-1945, Poston Relocation Center (Ariz.), Warren H. Wilson Vocational Junior College--Students