|CGS Volunteers from the 2015 Pilgrimage|
- Professor Charles Egan, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, San Francisco State University who translated poems published in the Nichi Bei Shimbun written by Issei between 1910 and 1924.
- The Hokoda family, whose descendants wrote the oldest known writing found in the Immigration Station barracks, who are from Hiroshima Prefecture. They were discovered by Professor Egan and visited the Immigration Station for the first time last year.
- Talk on "Nikkei at Angel Island" by San Francisco State University Asian American Studies Professor Christen Sasaki, Ph.D.
- Musical performances by Berkeley Genyukai and Friends, along with Cal Raijin Taiko of UC Berkeley
- Storytelling vignettes
- Children’s activities