Tracked in America is sponsored by the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California (ACLU-NC), in partnership with the national ACLU.
Our distribution partners include:
- Amnesty International
- Asian Law Caucus
- South Asian American Leaders of Tomorrow (SAALT)
- Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR)
- California Library Association
- California Teachers Association
- La Raza Centro Legal
- California Association of Human Relations Organizations
- Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund
- California Federation of Teachers
- Asian Pacific American Legal Center
- Muslim Advocates
ACLU-NC Communications Department, National ACLU Communications Department, and Flaneur Media
Web site and online documentary created and produced by Flaneur Media
Producer: Sesh Kannan
Design: Adam Mark
Interviews: Sesh Kannan
Audio Engineer: Alex Gardner
Writers: Sesh Kannan, Julia Hammid
Educational Consultant: Sara Cohan
All images by Rick Rocamora. Additional archival and other image credits are credited below.
We would like to thank historians Adam Green, Gary Y. Okihiro, Chris H. Pyle, Ellen Schrecker, Geoffrey R. Stone, and Athan Theoharis for the generous gift of their time and wisdom.
Sincere thanks to Conrad Werkenthin, Janice Windle, Karen Korematsu, Arturo Shibayama, Conn Hallinan, Eric Hallengren, Charles Muscatine, Jack O'Dell, Julian Bond, Eleanor Holmes Norton, Gren Whitman, Abdeen Jabara, John Fife, Peggy Hutchison, Eric Shaw, George Christian, Samina Sundas, Ruth Obel-Jorgenson, Roxanna Attie, Edith Bell, Bridget Colvin, Leslie Salgado, Konstanty Hordynski, George Main, and Peter Ackerman for allowing us into their lives and sharing their stories. A special thanks to Eric Paul Fournier for the use of his interviews with Fred Korematsu from the film "Of Civil Rights and Wrongs."
Additional Photo Credits
HOME PAGE and NAVIGATION
Main Navigation and Contents: The Bancroft Library at University of California-Berkeley, Conrad P. Werkenthin, Eric Paul Fournier and the Korematsu Family, The National Archives and Records Administration, Mr. Jack O'Dell, Peggy Hutchinson, and Rick Rocamora
Other Images: Rick Rocamora, Julian Bond Collection
Adam Green, New York University
Gary Y. Okihiro, Columbia University
Christopher H. Pyle, Mount Holyoke College
Ellen Schrecker, Yeshiva University
Geoffrey R. Stone, University of Chicago Law School
Athan Theoharis, Marquette University
PRE-WORLD WAR I
Library of Congress
WORLD WAR I
Introduction: Conrad Werkenthin and Janice Windle
Max Werkenthin: Conrad P. Werkenthin
Will Bergenfeld: Janice Windle, the Library of Congress, and the National Archives and Records Administration
Introduction: Korematsu Family, Eric Paul Fournier
Fred Korematsu: Eric Paul Fournier, Korematsu Family
Arturo Shibayama: Rick Rocamora, Arturo Shibayama
Introduction: Conn Hallinan
Conn Hallinan: Conn Hallinan family collection, San Francisco Sheriff's Department "Notable Jailbirds of San Francisco Photo Gallery"
Eric Hallengren: Eric Hallengren's family album
Introduction: Julian Bond
Jack O'Dell: Jack O'Dell
Julian Bond: Julian Bond
Eleanor Holmes Norton: Congresswoman Norton's collection
Gren Whitman: Gren Whitman's FBI files
John Fife: B&W images from Rick Rocamora's exhibit "San Salvador: City under Seige"
Peggy Hutchinson: Peggy Hutchinson, B&W images from Rick Rocamora's exhibit "San Salvador: City under Seige"
Introduction: Image of Hordynski by Students Against War
Eric Shaw: San Francisco Indy Media, Paul Sakuma
George Christian: ACLU cartoon, NSA letter from George Christian
Samina Sundas: Rick Rocamora's exhibit "Freedom and Fear: Bay Area Muslims after 9/11"
Roxanna Attie: Rick Rocamora's exhibit "Freedom and Fear: Bay Area Muslims after 9/11"
Edith Bell: Edith Bell, Pittsburgh Indy Media, Marie Skoczylas, and the Thomas Merton Center
Bridget Colvin: Pittsburgh Indy Media, Marie Skoczylas, and the Thomas Merton Center
Konstanty Hordynski: Students Against War, Konstanty Hordynski
George Main: George Main
Peter Ackerman: Peter Ackerman