Impact of redress movement

Redress and reparations (812)
Impact of redress movement (64)

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Eric Andow interview (ddr-csujad-6-2)
doc Eric Andow interview (ddr-csujad-6-2)
Oral history interview with Eric Andow. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: SCRC_ANDOW_ERIC
Speeches for the Day of Remembrance celebration and tribute to Michi Weglyn, February 21, 1998 (ddr-csujad-24-183)
doc Speeches for the Day of Remembrance celebration and tribute to Michi Weglyn, February 21, 1998 (ddr-csujad-24-183)
Speeches for the Day of Remembrance celebration and tribute to Michi Weglyn on February 21, 1998. This includes speeches from the following people: Frank Emi, Dr. Clifford Uyeda, Dr. Art Hansen, Ayako Higihara, Toshiko Kawamoto, and Robin Kramer on behalf of Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American …
Michi day: script (ddr-csujad-24-196)
doc Michi day: script (ddr-csujad-24-196)
Speeches for the Day of Remembrance celebration and tribute to Michi Weglyn on February 21, 1998. This includes speeches from the following people: Frank Emi, Dr. Clifford Uyeda, Dr. Art Hansen, Ayako Higihara, Toshiko Kawamoto, and Robin Kramer on behalf of Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American …
[Speeches for the Day of Remembrance celebration and tribute to Michi Weglyn, February 21, 1998] (ddr-csujad-24-195)
doc [Speeches for the Day of Remembrance celebration and tribute to Michi Weglyn, February 21, 1998] (ddr-csujad-24-195)
Speeches for the Day of Remembrance celebration and tribute to Michi Weglyn on February 21, 1998. This includes speeches from the following people: Frank Emi, Dr. Clifford Uyeda, Dr. Art Hansen, Ayako Higihara, Toshiko Kawamoto, and Robin Kramer on behalf of Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American …
Gilbert Tanji interview (ddr-csujad-6-33)
doc Gilbert Tanji interview (ddr-csujad-6-33)
Oral history interview with Gilbert Tanji. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: SCRC_TANJI_GILBERT
Letter to Tsuyako
doc Letter to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Robert K. Bratt, Administrator of Redress (January 2, 1992) (ddr-janm-4-28)
Letter to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Robert K. Bratt, Administrator of Redress from the Office of Redress Administration (January 2, 1992).
Thank you card to Tsuyako
doc Thank you card to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Mrs. Yamamoto (ddr-janm-4-35)
Thank you card to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Mrs. Yamamoto. Blue/white card with illustration in green/purple/pink of purple and pink irises and twp small yellow birds. "Thank you" is written on the top. There's dark blue borders on the top and bottom.
Schedule for the Public Hearing by the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians (August 13, 1981) (ddr-janm-4-32)
doc Schedule for the Public Hearing by the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians (August 13, 1981) (ddr-janm-4-32)
Schedule for the Public Hearing in San Francisco, California by the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians (August 13, 1981).
Remarks by the President at the Signing Ceremony for Japanese Internment Legislation (August 10, 1988) (ddr-janm-4-41)
doc Remarks by the President at the Signing Ceremony for Japanese Internment Legislation (August 10, 1988) (ddr-janm-4-41)
Remarks by the President at the Signing Ceremony for Japanese Internment Legislation on August 10, 1988.
Thank you card to Tsuyako
doc Thank you card to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Suary and Bill Kyozeo (ddr-janm-4-33)
Thank you card to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Suary and Bill Kyozeo. Beige card with illustration in yellow/pink/green of two cartoon girls; one in a yellow dressing hugging the other in a pink dress. "Thanks so much" is written on the top center. There is decorative borders on the top and bottom.
Letter to Tsuyako
doc Letter to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Robert K. Bratt, Administrator of Redress (November 14, 1990) (ddr-janm-4-26)
Letter to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Robert K. Bratt, Administrator of Redress from the Office of Redress Administration (November 14, 1990).
Letter (with envelope) to Tsuyako
doc Letter (with envelope) to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Talland Rozy Okazaki (postmarked July 8, 1991) (ddr-janm-4-36)
Letter (with envelope) to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Talland Rozy Okazaki (July 8, 1991). Envelope is postmarked July 8, 1991 from Marine Del Ray, California.
Thank you card to Tsuyako
doc Thank you card to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Frances Marubashi (ddr-janm-4-34)
Thank you card to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Frances Marubashi. Beige card with red/green illustration of two poppies with a rainbow in the background. "With Special Thanks" is written on the top center.
In Memoriam booklet for U.S. Senator, Spark Masayuki Matsunaga (April 17-19, 1991) (ddr-janm-4-37)
doc In Memoriam booklet for U.S. Senator, Spark Masayuki Matsunaga (April 17-19, 1991) (ddr-janm-4-37)
In Memoriam booklet for United States Senator, Spark Masayuki Matsunaga. The memorial service took place in Honolulu, Hawai'i on April 17 through April 19, 1991.
Letter to Tsuyako
doc Letter to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Robert K. Bratt, Administrator of Redress (July 19, 1991) (ddr-janm-4-27)
Letter to Tsuyako "Sox" Kitashima from Robert K. Bratt, Administrator of Redress from the Office of Redress Administration (July 19, 1991).
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 111, No. 15 (November 9, 1990) (ddr-pc-62-40)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 111, No. 15 (November 9, 1990) (ddr-pc-62-40)
Select article titles: "Use of Racist Language Rapped in New Hampshire's Senate Race"(p.1);"400 Participate at 10th Anniversary NCRR Conference on Post-Redress Challenges"(p.1); "Harvard's Kennedy School of Government Develops Case History of Redress"(p.3); "Temple City Guided by Takasugi Ruling on English-Only Signs"(p.6).
Pacific citizen, Vol. 111, No. 20 (December 21-28, 1990) (ddr-pc-62-45)
doc Pacific citizen, Vol. 111, No. 20 (December 21-28, 1990) (ddr-pc-62-45)
Select article titles: "Against All Odds: The Japanese American's Campaign for Redress"(p.A-3);"Loyalty of Japanese Americans Surveyed for FDR in October '41; sees 'No Problem'"(p.B-1);"$4,300,000 Committed to 10 Capital Projects, and to 25 Program and Activities from Redress"(p.A-18). The holiday issue included advertisements bought by JACL members and chapters that included personal addresses and phone numbers to …
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 111, No. 16 (November 16, 1990) (ddr-pc-62-41)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 111, No. 16 (November 16, 1990) (ddr-pc-62-41)
Select article titles: "Arizona JACL President Receives Death Threat for Redress Comment, Swastika Painted on Its Center"(p.1);"Democrats Matsui, Mineta, Mink win; Republican Pat Saiki Loses"(p.1); "Japanese Students in Denver Attacked, Two Arrested on $1-Million Bail Each"(p.1); "Role of Amerasians in Asian American Community Topic for Panel"(p.3).
Governor signing the Washington State Redress Bill (ddr-densho-10-7)
img Governor signing the Washington State Redress Bill (ddr-densho-10-7)
Governor John Spellman of Washington State signs a state bill allocating redress payments of $5,000 each for thirty-eight Nisei state employees who lost their jobs during World War II due to their Japanese ancestry. Front row (left to right): Cherry Kinoshita, Governor John Spellman, Miye Ishihara, and Frank Kinomoto. Back: unidentified, Representative Gary Locke, Paul Ellis, …
Cake celebrating the passage of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 (ddr-densho-10-9)
img Cake celebrating the passage of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 (ddr-densho-10-9)
The Civil Liberties Act of 1988 was passed on August 10, 1988. The following month, a celebration was held at the Nisei Veterans Hall in Seattle, Washington. The logo on the cake stands for Issei, Nisei, and Sansei. The Civil Liberties Act of 1988 was enacted to redress the wrongs by the United States government against …
Seattle School District redress supporters (ddr-densho-10-14)
img Seattle School District redress supporters (ddr-densho-10-14)
A resolution was passed on April 25, 1984, to seek redress for Nisei who lost their jobs with the Seattle School District during World War II due to their Japanese ancestry. Shown here are former school district employees and supporters of that resolution. Front (top to bottom): Alice Kawanishi; Mako Nakagawa, past president of the JACL; …
Seattle Evacuation Redress Committee (ddr-densho-10-13)
img Seattle Evacuation Redress Committee (ddr-densho-10-13)
The Seattle Evacuation Redress Committee was formed in 1973. The original committee members were filmed for a video on the redress movement. Left to right: Chuck Kato, Mike Nakata, Henry Miyatake, Ken Nakano, and Shosuke Sasaki. Videographer Dean Hayasaka stands behind Sasaki.
President Reagan signing the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 (ddr-densho-10-6)
img President Reagan signing the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 (ddr-densho-10-6)
Onlookers watch as President Ronald Reagan signs the Civil Liberties Act of 1988. Left to right: Senator Spark Matsunaga (Hawaii), Representative Norman Mineta (California), Representative Patsy Saiki (Hawaii), Senator Pete Wilson (California), Representative. Don Young (Alaska), Representative Robert Matsui (California), Representative Bill Lowery (California), and Harry Kajihara, President, National JACL. The man in the back is …
Mayor signing the Day of Remembrance proclamation (ddr-densho-10-15)
img Mayor signing the Day of Remembrance proclamation (ddr-densho-10-15)
Mayor Charles Royer of Seattle, Washington, signs the proclamation for the Day of Remembrance. Behind him (left to right): Henry Miyatake, Shosuke Sasaki, Arlene Oki, Ron Mamiya, Floyd Schmoe, Cherry Kinoshita, and Dr. Minoru Masuda. Annual Day of Remembrance ceremonies are held in many Japanese American communities on or around February 19th, the day Executive Order …
Seattle Evacuation Redress Committee (ddr-densho-10-12)
img Seattle Evacuation Redress Committee (ddr-densho-10-12)
The Seattle Evacuation Redress Committee was formed in 1973. The original committee members were photographed during a video session on the redress movement. Left to right: Shosuke Sasaki, Henry Miyatake, Chuck Kato, Mike Nakata, and Ken Nakano.
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