Mirikitani Home
Cats Mirikitani
Tribeca Film Festival
Tribeca Winner
Winner Tribeca

New York City Department for the Aging (DFTA)
Guide to the wide range of services available to older New Yorkers and their families.

Social Security Online
Official website of the US Social Security Administration.

VCNY Your Portal to Community Care
Village Care of New York - Your Portal to Community Care.


Roger Shimomura's Paintings, Performance and Sculpture
Roger Shimomura's paintings, prints and theatre pieces address socio-political issues of Asian America and have often been inspired by the diaries by his grandmother...

The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience
The Wing Luke Asian Museum engages the Asian Pacific American Community and the Public in Exploring Issues Related to the Culture, Art & History of Asian ...


Tribeca Film Festival
The Cats of Mirikitani won the prestigious Audience Award at this international premiere in 2006.


Glide Memorial Church
An open church serving a diverse population. Covers history, programs, job opportunities and calendar. Executive Director of Glide's 52 programs. Janice Mirikitani...

Partnership for the Homeless
Our vision is of a world where housing is embraced as the human right that it is, fundamental to health and well-being and a prerequisite for prosperity.



A nonprofit organization documenting oral histories by Japanese Americans.

JAA (the Japanese American Association of New York - Community Center for Culture and Welfare) is a non-profit organization and has been serving the Japanese American community for more than 100 years.

Japanese American Citizens League - JACL
National civil rights advocacy organization for people of Japanese American descent.

Japanese American National Museum
The mission of the Japanese American National Museum is to promote understanding and appreciation of America's ethnic and cultural diversity by sharing the Japanese American experience.

Tule Lake Internment Camp
Tule Lake was the largest and most controversial of the ten War Relocation Authority (WRA) camps used to carry out the government’s system of exclusion and detention of persons of Japanese descent, mandated by Executive Order 9066.