Nikkei Angel Island Pilgrimage

The Nichi Bei Foundation has led more than 2,000 people on five Nikkei Angel Island Pilgrimages, reconnecting the community to our forgotten legacy at the former Immigration Station, where up to 85,000 persons of Japanese descent were detained between 1910 and 1940. Launched in 2014, the Nikkei Angel Island Pilgrimage reconnects participants to their family legacies with the help of partners such as the California Genealogical Society. Held in partnership with the Angel Island Immigration Station Foundation and the National Japanese American Historical Society, the pilgrimage also honors those who rediscovered the forgotten Immigration Station barracks in the 1970s, and those who took up the preservation efforts shortly thereafter. 

2022 Angel Island Pilgrimage Highlights

See the full range of activities from the most recent Angel Island Pilgrimage in October 2022.

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