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Involvement in JACL

Yukio Takeshita September 11, 2003

Well, I’m living here almost 60 years. Maybe for many years, I had no contact …


Loss of happy-go-lucky adolescence in Puyallup Assembly Center

Frank Yamasaki August 18, 1997

During that period was there an experience I had that was very revealing to me. …


Changing Minds

Sue Embrey September 11, 1997

I think that NCRR did the most in terms of the younger people, and JACL …


A Common Cause

Henry Miyatake October 28, 1999

One thing I think that Puyallup did was bring the whole community together. It's not …


Driving Feelings

Cherry Kinoshita September 26, 1997

Then the Day of Remembrance at Puyallup was November of '78 and I didn't take …


From Reparations to Redress

Bill Hosokawa July 13, 2001

I was among those who opposed the redress movement, and I felt that it cheapened …


Why I joined the Japanese American Citizens League

William Marutani August 27, 1998

I was too busy trying to make a living before the war—too young. Nobody’s going …


Recruited for the National JACL Redress Committee

Clifford Uyeda July 1-2, 1998

Iva Toguri [“Tokyo Rose”] got her pardon in 1977, and it was that year, the …


Appointing John Tateishi as National JACL Redress Chair

Clifford Uyeda July 1-2, 1998

At the convention, when I became a national president, it was up for me to …


JACL reaction to the idea of a commission

Clifford Uyeda July 1-2, 1998

JACL, as you know, was split. The real opposition happened to be from [the] Seattle …

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