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We are dedicated to preserving the legacy of the Japanese Americans during World War II by honoring their heroic military service and patriotism while educating the public of their unjust incarceration and sacrifices.

—The foundation’s mission

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Click HERE for information about the Arlington National Cemetery “Service and Sacrifice” Memorial Service on Sunday, May 26.

 
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Learn.

CLICK HERE  to learn about the Japanese American experience.

CLICK HERE to learn about the Japanese American experience.

Remember.

CLICK HERE  to read about the names carved into the Wall of Honor.

CLICK HERE to read about the names carved into the Wall of Honor.

Resolve.

CLICK HERE  to find out what you can do now.

CLICK HERE to find out what you can do now.

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Today's students. Tomorrow's leaders.

 

During three summers, the Foundation brought a total of ten high-school students together to participate in our Digital Storytelling Project. Some spent time together at the Heart Mountain and Minidoka pilgrimages while one worked on her own, researching and creating these short videos linked to the ten mainland incarceration camps commemorated on the Memorial's walls. The workshop leader, Jeff MacIntyre of Content Media in Los Angeles, finalized them and we are proud to present them here.


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