WWII Camp Wall

A National Monument that is being built by the City of Torrance.
The Memorial will be located at Columbia Park on the corner of Prairie Avenue and 190 Street
in the City of Torrance, California

This is the website of the World War II Camp Wall committee,
a non-profit that is working with the City to make this monument a reality

DONATE NOW

Japanese American Memorial Pilgrimages
JAMP


The 2019 Promo Video will give you an idea of what JAMP is all about.
The 2023 Pilgrimage is taking place during the month of October.

LEARN MORE

Learn more about the WWII Camp Wall

  • THE WALL

    The WWII Camp Walls will be of black granite and will list the names of those that were incarcerated during WWII.
    LEARN MORE

  • THE TEAM

    The WWII Camp Wall committee has a team of individuals and is built on diversity and integrity.
    LEARN MORE

  • OUR MISSION

    Memorializing an injustice, and teaching that this must never again happen to any group of people.
    LEARN MORE

  • BACKGROUND

    During WWII, people of Japanese ancestry living on the West Coast, were relocated to concentration camps.
    LEARN MORE

  • OUR LOGO

    Our logo features the tags that were assigned to people during WWII, along with the design of our memorial walls.
    LEARN MORE

  • THE VISION

    The WWII Camp Wall is the vision of Dr. Kanji Sahara who has visited all ten of the WWII camps.
    LEARN MORE

WWII Camp Wall

A National Monument located in Torrance, California at Columbia Park on the corner of Prairie Avenue and 190 Street

We'd love to MEET you...

We're coming to an event near you.
Click here for our calendar.

GET YOURS!

Our logo t-shirts are new available for a donation of just $15! Please note that $5/shirt will be added to your request to cover shipping and handling. Get yours today.