Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga

Aug 5, 1925 – Jul 18, 2018 (Age 93)


Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga (1925 – 2018), activist and researcher who uncovered U.S. government documents that proved the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II was racially motivated, has died according to multiple news sources. She was 93. For full obituary and coverage from, click here.

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My thoughts and prayers are with the friends and family Aiko; my deepest condolences for your loss.

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

My Sympathy goes to the family and friends of Aiko Yoshinaga. May the God of Tender Mercies be with the family in these difficult days ahead.


May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Mrs. Herzig-Yoshinaga was an incredible woman. May Aiko rest in peace.

May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.

If I had known she passed away, I would have attended her funeral, as I did attend her husband Jack's funeral. My family and I miss her a great deal. I just don't know what to say. May she rest in peace.

Special mightness is attributed to 70 or 80 years in the Bible, how much more so when one reaches 90. Much love to family and friends for your loss may good memories bring some comfort.