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July 24 - Aug 26, 2018 Nikkei Samurai: Japanese Swords and the Military Intelligence Service

Nikkei Samurai explores the role Japanese American World War II soldiers of the Military Intelligence Service (MIS) played in the preservation of the samurai sword. Japanese Americans in the MIS made vital contributions to both the victory in the Pacific and the successful Occupation of Japan. This select group of soldier-linguists used their understanding of Japanese language and culture...

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August 4 – September 16, 2018 H.R.442: Nisei Veterans and the Fight for Civil Liberties

This August 10th will mark the 30th anniversary of President Ronald Reagan signing the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 into law. This unprecedented legislation granted a formal apology from the United States government and monetary reparations to surviving persons of Japanese ancestry whose constitutional rights were violated during World War II. Many years in the making, the Japanese American veterans of WWII had an impact on this journey to achieve this legislation. In fact, the resolution which became the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, House Resolution 442 (H.R.442), was intentionally named to honor the 442nd Regimental Combat Team. Focusing on several important stories, H.R.442: Nisei Veterans and the Fight for Civil Liberties highlights the contributions from battlefields to justice made by Nisei veterans such as Senator Spark Matsunaga, Senator Daniel Inouye, and Kazuo Masuda.

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Sept 8, 2018
4:30pm
17th Annual Evening of Aloha Gala Dinner

Our Annual event presented by Honda features Celebrity chefs, live entertainment, and more.

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To find out more about these events, call (310) 328-0907 or email us.

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June 30, 2018 - Sept 3, 2018 TRAVELING EXHIBIT: Courage and Compassion: Our Shared Story of the Japanese American WWII Experience
Historic Fort Snelling
200 Tower Ave
St. Paul, MN 55111

“Courage and Compassion” covers the events from the attack on Pearl Harbor through the creation of the 100th Infantry Battalion, wartime incarceration, postwar resettlement and the changing socio-economic culture of Hawaii. The interactive exhibit features images and audio of firsthand accounts, including interviews of Japanese American soldiers from GFBNEC’s Hanashi Oral History Collection.

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