Japanese American National Museum
Redress Remembered


The redress story is not only a great Japanese American story—it is a great American story that exposed the frailties of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Today, 20 years after the signing of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 and seven years after the World Trade Center attack, Americans are reminded of the need to be ever vigilant in the safeguarding of every American’s civil liberties. It is the mission of the Japanese American National Museum to remind all Americans not to forget the important lessons from our past for a more hopeful, more just nation truly dedicated to “liberty and justice for all.”

Help us fulfill this mission. Become a member today, or make a contribution in support of our dynamic, thought-provoking programming, exhibition, and educational outreach activities.

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