We have thousands of young adults visit our exhibition, and we inspire them to act with courage in their own lives. Just like the Japanese Americans of World War II, we ask them to help others through their character and their actions.
Visitors to our exhibition – and to this website – can sign up to undertake their own "Mission of Courage." Past honorees have created anti-bullying organizations, led racial equality marches, started websites to fight against intolerance, and stood up for new immigrants.
You can sign up here for your own personal "Mission of Courage." If you have an idea for, or are currently working on, a project that stands up for social justice and equality let us know for the opportunity to be featured in our Los Angeles exhibition space for all to see!
You can also apply for a $250 reimbursement to help cover project expenses related to getting your project started or enhancing a current project.
Download and complete the form below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know about your project and apply for a reimbursement. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.DOWNLOAD MISSIONS OF COURAGE APPLICATION
If your project is one of our favorites, we will contact you and you and your project will be featured in our exhibition!
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