What does it mean to be an American with the face of the enemy? Face to Face connects the experiences of Japanese Americans following the attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 with those of Arab and Muslim Americans in the aftermath of September 11, 2001.
Visit the Face to Face website
Face to Face is an Electric Shadows project, produced by Rob Mikuriya with support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
Muslim Life in America
This website explores, through words and images, the way American Muslims live.
Arab American Institute
News, issues, articles and resources devoted to the civic and political empowerment of Americans of Arab descent.
Japanese American Internment in WWII Photograph Exhibit
Browse photos and artifacts documenting two Japanese internment camps located in California and Utah.
Japanese American Citizens League
The Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) is a membership organization whose mission is to secure and maintain the human and civil rights of Americans of Japanese ancestry and others victimized by injustice.
Why I Am a Muslim: An American Odyssey
by: Asma Gull Hasan 2004
This book presents an understanding and appreciation of a frequently misunderstood religious tradition.
Mid-East Meets West: On Being and Becoming a Modern Arab American
by: Sally Bishai 2004
A look at the problems Arab Americans face from dating and language, to assimilation and September 11th.
Prisoners Without Trial: Japanese Americans in World War II
by: Roger Daniels, Eric Foner (Editor) 1993
An investigation into the incarceration of nearly 120,000 Japanese Americans during World War II.
The Children of Topaz: The Story of a Japanese American Internment Camp: Based on a Classroom Diary
by: Michael O. Tunnell, George W. Chilcoat 1996
The diary of a third grade class of Japanese American children being held with their families in an internment camp during World War II.