To hear Sam Mihara speak in your area, please contact Sam


Future Engagements – Booking spaces for year 2016 are filled. New engagements are being scheduled for 2017 with many spaces taken until October. If you or your group would like to reserve a spot, please contact Sam Mihara as soon as possible and indicate your group description, location and preferred dates.

New Presentation in Los Angeles – On September 24, a new production, MEMORIES OF FIVE NISEI, was held at the Japanese American National Museum. The show was a sellout with a waiting line at the entrance to the theater. The program featured the testimony of five Japanese Americans who told of their memories on the imprisonment in desolate U.S. camps. The combination of Powerpoint photos, video clips and personal testimonials was blended into a smooth flowing story from start to finish. The audience reaction was highly favorable. As measured by a survey after the performance, all respondents stated a high degree of satisfaction with the presentation. On the feedback, 100% of the respondents stated descriptors like “Very well done, excellent, great, outstanding and fantastic”. This may set a precedent for future similar presentations. A DVD of this performance may be ordered through this website on the “SHOP” page. Please feel free to ask questions on the “CONTACT SAM” column of this page.

Harvard Law School Results – Here is what a leading faculty member wrote after the presentation on October 18. Michael Klarman, Harvard Law School Professor of Constitutional Law and Constitutional History:

“As someone who has taught American Constitutional Law and Constitutional History for 30 years, I found that Mr. Mihara’s presentation added invaluable context to what otherwise can seem an abstract debate over an issue that people today have a difficult time fully relating to. The cartoons illustrating anti-Japanese sentiment and the photographs from the internment camps, together with Mr. Mihara’s valuable accounts of the life stories of people in the photographs, brings to life the enormity of the injustices involved in the World War II internment of Japanese-American citizens.”



January 18 – Los Angeles – UCLA

February 17 – Alexandria VA – George Washington Middle School

February 19 – Washington DC – Day of Remembrance

February 20 – Princeton NJ – Princeton University

February 21 – New York City – Davis & Gilbert LLP

February 21 – New York City – Columbia University Law School

February 22 – New York City – Proskauer LLP

February 23 – New York City – Hofstra University

February 23 – New York City – Japan Societies of New York

Spring 2017 – Worldwide CCTV Network – Latham & Watkins LLP (Tentative)

March 30 – April 1 – Atlanta – National History Teachers Conference
– American Bar Association / Asian Attorneys Group

May – APA Heritage Month – Alston and Bird LLP; DOJ / U.S. Attorney’s Office (Tentative), Iowa City IA Diversity Focus Group (Tentative)

May 10 – Omaha NB – Metropolitan Community College and Omaha Tour

July 28 / 30 – Heart Mountain Wyoming – Annual Pilgrimage

October 28 – Salt Lake City – Utah Teachers’ Conference

October 28 – Salt Lake City – University of Utah

December 8 – Richmond, Virginia – Holocaust Museum


February 20 – Irvine, CA – University of California Irvine

Letters of Recommendation


From the University of Texas
From the Virginia Holocaust Museum


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