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Japanese American internment


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The JACL-NCWNP sponsors educational programs for its members and the public focused on topics such as civil liberties, hate crimes and discrimination. These programs are aimed to help the public be more aware about what people as citizens can do to make a difference in their communities.
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National Pilgrimage to Close the Camps

Community members are invited to an informational gathering with the Bay Area team of the Tsuru for Solidarity Project to learn about a 'National Pilgrimage to Close the Camps' scheduled for June 5-7, 2020..  Tsuru for Solidarity is a nonviolent, direct action project...

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NCWNP District Gala 2019

It is with great anticipation that the NCWNP District JACL sponsors the upcoming NCWNP District Gala Awards Recognition Luncheon to be held on April 6, 2019 at the Crow Canyon Country Club in Danville, CA.  This is a rare opportunity to honor those chapter members of...

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63th Annual CAAMFest May 10 – 24

During the heart of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, we are thrilled to showcase so many stories from our communities and to amplify the vital voices of our filmmakers and artists. Our 15-day festival — now four days longer — encompasses more than 100 film...

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Gene Sogioka’s Poston

Berkeley JACL is proud to present
“An Afternoon of Artist Gene Sogioka’s Poston” – former Disney artist’s watercolors unveiled.
Saturday, March 24 – 1 pm – 3 p.m. – J-Sei, 1285 66th Street, Emeryville, CA

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Music of Remembrance

MOR returns to San Francisco Conservatory of Music with two new commissions inspired by Japanese and Japanese American wartime experience featuring new works by Ryuichi Sakamoto and Christophe Chagnard. Since 1998 MOR has commissioned over 30 new works that remember...

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