Online Program: Heart Mountain Haiku

During his confinement at the Heart Mountain “Relocation Camp,” the poet Taketaro (Shikai) Azeka carved a haiku into a large stone and then buried the stone in the Heart Mountain cemetery. Why a haiku?

Join museum manager Cally Steussy for a closer look at this traditional Japanese poetry form and what it meant for the Japanese Americans confined at Heart Mountain.

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