Cindy Nakashima has researched and written on the subject of mixed race since the 1980's. Publications include: "An Invisible Monster: The Creation and Denial of Mixed-Race People in America", "Voices from the Movement: Approaches to Multiraciality", and "Asian American Studies Through (Somewhat) Asian Eyes: Integrating "Mixed Race" into the Asian American Discourse". She co-edited the book The Sum of Our Parts: Mixed-Heritage Asian Americans with Teresa Williams-Leon, and co-curated the exhibit "Visible and Invisible: A Hapa Japanese American History", which has shown at the Japanese American National Museum and at the Japanese American Museum of San Jose.
Greg Robinson is Professor of History at l'Université du Québec À Montréal and researcher at the Chaire Raoul-Dandurand. He is the author of By Order of the President (Harvard, 2001) which uncovers President Franklin Roosevelt’s involvement in the wartime confinement of Japanese Americans, and A Tragedy of Democracy (Columbia, 2009), winner of the AAAS History prize, which studies Japanese American and Candian confinement in transnational context. His book After Camp (UC Press, 2012), winner of the Caroline Bancroft Prize, centers on post war resettlement. His latest book is The Great Unknown (Colorado 2016).