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Matsumi Kanemitsu (1922 - 1992). He was a wonderful hard edge who was also proficient in style and .
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Doctor Trevelyan May 25
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America ReFramed May 24
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AAPI Progressive Action May 23
Read here about Yuri Kochiyama: the activist who fought for social justice and human rights.
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Ellen Kuwana, MS, is feeding the frontline May 25
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When I interviewed him 1 year before he died, he could still barely talk about the war and what he had seen. He came home to nothing. Had a hard time finding a job. Worked as a janitor at a newspaper in Idaho.
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While glancing recently, through a local free senior newspaper, from last autumn, I noticed that an article said the massive housing development, that currently has homes at nearly $1 million, is being developed by . I'm 1/2 .
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JAMPilgrimages May 24
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Building History 3.0 Project May 20
Learn about incarceration camp history by visiting our Timeline & Camps Map. Find archival photos & oral histories on our Resources page. Visit to check out our newly launched Building History 3.0 @ Home for your kids & students!
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COPH CSU Fullerton May 22
In 1973 Katsuma Mukaeda was interviewed for our project. A former president of the Japanese Chamber of Commerce, Mukaeda discussed the prewar and postwar conditions of Los Angeles's Little Tokyo (shown here, 1941)
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Minoru Yasui Legacy May 21
Any young adult readers in your life? In her upcoming novel, We Are Not Free, Traci Chee weaves a story of a group of Nisei teens during the WWII incarceration. The book will be available on September 1.
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#OurPatriotism May 21
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Bill Ryan #TheUnAnonymousActivist May 25
And The Almost Entirely 442nd Infantry Regiment Who Fought and Died In Europe During World War 2 and The All ALL WHITE BIGOTS SHAME AMERICA and Shame Every Other I Curse Them EveryDay and Especially !
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AAPI Progressive Action May 21
"The internee who met Malcolm X" Learn here about two American heroes Yuri Kochiyama and Malcolm X.
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JACLChicago May 20
, , , , Drawn to...Expression! Cartoon Network Chicago Chapter members featured Ava Y at :06 seconds (karate)/:43 seconds Tommy Y at 1:02/1:15 seconds.
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JAMPilgrimages May 23
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JAMPilgrimages May 23
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JAMPilgrimages May 22
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Sage Life Science Explorer May 21
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Healthy Lifestyle 健康OTAKU May 21
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