After I received my second vaccine, I walked outside - it was a beautiful day, and as I looked across the Willamette River, I saw the cherry trees in blossom. So I walked there, via the Eastside Esplanade, dedicated to former Portland mayor, Vera Katz.
The Japanese American Historical Plaza, includes poems of Japanese experiences during WWII. The last stone has a bronze plaque with excerpts from the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, which includes an apology for the unlawful imprisonment of people of Japanese ancestry during World War II.
On this day, it was a place for women dressed in pink to pose for the cameras and show the love.
Classic Portland views.