I walked from Market to Orange in a hurry to buy the book Citizen 13660. Miné spoke directly to me, from her powerful paintings, her voice, her narrative illustrations. A life changing experience! I woke up the morning after my first encounter with Okubo´s work stating the word Evacuation. I must have been half asleep as I googled Topaz and Tanforan. I want to spend the next few years reading about the exclusion laws, the relocation centers, civil rights. This article is the report of my visit to the Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties in the City of Riverside. The Center was built to house the works of Miné Okubo, and it has become a resource for those interested in the history of immigration.