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THE JAPANESE AMERICAN REDRESS MOVEMENT AND SOCIAL JUSTICE TODAY: THIRTY YEARS OF THE CIVIL LIBERTIES ACT OF 1988
August 8, 2008
PROF. MITCH MAKI TO GIVE OVERVIEW OF REDRESS; PANEL TO DISCUSS OTHER GROUPS' STORIES ON AUG. 10
July 24, 2008
'NEGLECTED LEGACIES' SERIES CONCLUDES WITH 'SEEKING JUSTICE' PROGRAM AUG. 2
May 14, 2008
FORMER SECRETARY PENA, GEORGE TAKEI, AUTHOR ADAM SCHRAGER SET FOR 'WHOSE AMERICA? WHO'S AMERICAN?' CONFERENCE
May 7, 2008
NATIONAL CONFERENCE, ‘WHOSE AMERICA? WHO’S AMERICAN?’
May 2, 2008
NATIONAL MUSEUM RECOGNIZES REDRESS PROPONENTS AT ANNUAL DINNER
March 7, 2008
DOCUMENTARY 'RESETTLEMENT TO REDRESS' TO BE SCREENED, AUTHOR OF BIO ON GOV. RALPH CARR TO SPEAK MARCH 22
February 1, 2008
'NEGLECTED LEGACIES' SERIES KICKS OFF WITH PROGRAM PROFILING THREE NISEI WOMEN PIONEERS ON FEB. 2
January 11, 2008
'Unfinished Business' Screening Kicks Off National Museum Redress Series on January 19
October 2, 2007
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JANM in the News
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Enduring Communities Delivers Fresh Take on Japanese American Experience to History Classes
Institute of Museum and Library Services, October 1, 2007
- The Institute and Library Services describes how the Japanese American National Museum's multi-state project, 'Enduring Communities: The Japanese American Experience in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and Utah", is helping local teachers develop curriculum on the Japanese American World War II experience, with each state taking a unique approach.