坂石千鶴子おばあちゃん:TULE LAKE収容所での経験を語る」




日時:6月12日 土曜日 午後1時から3時半
場所:1746 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115 NEW PEOPLE内、Viz Cinema, Google Mapを見る
主催:のびる会、Tule Lake Committee 、気持会、ユニオン・バンク、翠(みどり)法律事務所、北加商工会議所
参加費: $10の寄付をお願いします(当日、会場でお支払いください)
連絡:(要ご予約)電話 (415) 922-2033 | 電子メール nobirukai@nobirukai.org

坂石千鶴子さんは1922年、カリフォルニア州、アーバーン市(Auburn)生まれ。千鶴子さんの実母は、千鶴子さんが5歳の時に亡くなられた。千鶴子さんは、その後、8歳になるまでカリフォルニア州、ルーミス(Loomis, California)にある小学校に通われ、その後、広島に渡り、祖父母に育てられる。

1941年6月、千鶴子さんは19歳の時にアメリカに帰国され、彼女の実の父親と継母の家族と住み始めた。そして真珠湾攻撃直後、家族全員は米国政府から立ち退きを命じられ、1942年4月にカリフォルニア州アーボガ(Arboga, California)にある収容所に1、2ヶ月間強制収容されたあと、ツール湖(鶴領湖、Tule Lake)収容所に送り込まれた。



1946年2月、2人目が誕生した後、坂石さん一家は収容所から開放され、カリフォルニア州、グアダルーペ(Guadalupe, California)に向かい、そこのサザンパシフィック鉄道で勤められ、その後、プラッサー・カウンティ(Placer County)に住み着かれた。


Title: Conversation with Ms. Chizuko Sakaishi, and her memories of Tule Lake Segregation Center

Click here for pictures of the event, copy of pamphlet, etc.

Click here for a recording of the program (event was mostly in Japanese)

Date: June 12th Saturday, 2010
Time: 1:00pm - 3:30pm
Place:1746 Post Street, San Francisco, CA 94115  NEW PEOPLE, Viz Cinema, open Google Map
Sponsored by: Nobirukai, Tule Lake Committee, Kimochi, Inc., Union Bank, Midori Law Group, Japanese Chamber of Commerce of Northern California (JCCNC)

Ms. Chizuko Sakaishi is 87 years old and was born in Auburn, California in 1922. Her mother died when Chizuko was 5 years old. She went to grade school in Loomis, California, until she was 8 years old, and then went to Hiroshima, Japan, to be raised by her grandparents. At age 19 in June of 1941, she returned to the U.S. to live with her father and her stepmother and family. After the attack of Pearl Harbor, the family was uprooted and sent to Arboga, CA, a segregation holding camp for one to two months in April 1942 and then sent to Tule Lake Segregation Center. In 1943, while at Tule Lake, she married her husband Mr. Isao Sakaishi, who was also a Kibei (Japanese-American persons who were raised in Japan), and gave birth to two daughters in camp. After the birth of their second daughter, the family was released in February of 1946, and went to Guadalupe, CA, for work with the Southern Pacific Railroad. Eventually, in June of 1946, the family settled in Placer County. Ms. Sakaishi, a widow, presently lives in Sacramento, California, and has four daughters living in Sacramento and the outlying areas. The seminar will be a conversation (in Japanese) between Ms. Sakaishi, the moderator, and the audience.





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