Pearl Harbor Voices: Ray Sekiya
75 years ago today, Hawai‘i was still reeling from Japan’s surprise attack on Pearl Harbor. Life had already changed for local residents and it was going to change more—whether people lived in the city of Honolulu, on the plantations, or anywhere else in the territory.
Ray Sekiya was born in Kunia Camp, near Schofield Barracks. He wrote down some of his memories about the immediate days after Pearl Harbor and the weeks that followed and he recently shared them with HPR.