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Clifford Uyeda  Interview (ddr-densho-122-19)
vh Clifford Uyeda Interview (ddr-densho-122-19)
Nisei male. Born January 14, 1917, in Olympia, Washington. Raised in Washington before attending the University of Wisconsin, where he graduated in 1940. Earned medical degree from Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, and completed his residency at Harvard Medical School in 1949. Served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War and …
Group of men outside Bamboo Garden Restaurant (ddr-densho-122-596)
img Group of men outside Bamboo Garden Restaurant (ddr-densho-122-596)
(l-r) George Nozawa, James Omura, George Uyeda, Tom Oki, Dave Kawamoto, Mits Koshiyama , Clifford Uyeda, Kozie Sakai
Statement by Clifford Uyeda (ddr-densho-122-571)
doc Statement by Clifford Uyeda (ddr-densho-122-571)
Re: Resolution adopted by San Francisco Chapter JACL about JACL actions during WWII
Letter regarding a publishing company's use of term
doc Letter regarding a publishing company's use of term "Jap" (ddr-densho-274-1)
Letter from Clifford Uyeda to Shosuke Sasaki about a recently revived campaign against a large publishing company for use of the term "Jap" in its printed materials. In the 1950s and 1960s, Mr. Sasaki was the leader of a movement against the use of the word "Jap" in movies and print media.
Letter from Clifford I. Uyeda to Aiko HerzigYoshinaga, January 11, 1988 (ddr-csujad-24-38)
doc Letter from Clifford I. Uyeda to Aiko HerzigYoshinaga, January 11, 1988 (ddr-csujad-24-38)
A passionate letter from Clifford Uyeda to Aiko HerzigYoshinaga about the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) refusing to take a position on people who were arrested because of an allegation that they were involved with the Palestinian Liberation Organization. Uyeda argues that these people are being targeted for incarceration merely because of their ethnicity and that …
Tribute to Michi Weglyn by Dr. Clifford I. Uyeda, February 21, 1998 (ddr-csujad-24-184)
doc Tribute to Michi Weglyn by Dr. Clifford I. Uyeda, February 21, 1998 (ddr-csujad-24-184)
A speech by Dr. Clifford Uyeda for the Day of Remembrance celebration and tribute to Michi Weglyn on February 21, 1998. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: chi_74_02_003
Letter from Cliff [Uyeda] to Michi Weglyn, July 20, 1987 (ddr-csujad-24-39)
doc Letter from Cliff [Uyeda] to Michi Weglyn, July 20, 1987 (ddr-csujad-24-39)
A letter from "Cliff" [Clifford I. Uyeda] to Michi Weglyn criticizing the 1987 book "They Call Me Moses Masaoka" by Mike Masaoka and Bill Hosokawa. The author of the letter also describes internal conflict on the national board of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL). See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization …
Letter submitted to Pacific Citizen by Clifford Uyeda (ddr-densho-122-570)
doc Letter submitted to Pacific Citizen by Clifford Uyeda (ddr-densho-122-570)
Response to Mike Masaoka's criticism of San Francisco JACL chapter resolution
Group of men at desk in White House, Signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-3)
img Group of men at desk in White House, Signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-3)
Left to right: Clifford Uyeda (half hidden), Ted Stevens, Daniel Inouye, Ron Ikejiri, Barbara Ikejiri, Norm Mineta, Pres. Jimmy Carter, George Danielson. Photo front and back.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 87 No. 2003 (July 28, 1978) (ddr-pc-50-30)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 87 No. 2003 (July 28, 1978) (ddr-pc-50-30)
Selected article titles: "Trade Imbalance Affects Japanese in U.S." (1); "Dr. Clifford Uyeda Elected National JACL President" (1); "Depression 'Real Possibility' in U.S. Says Nisei Economist" (1);
Men standing behind President Jimmy Carter in White House, signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-4)
img Men standing behind President Jimmy Carter in White House, signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-4)
Left to right: Unknown, Clifford Uyeda, Ted Stevens, Daniel Inouye, Ron Ikejiri, Barbara Ikejiri, Norm Mineta, Spark Matsunaga, George Danielson. President Carter seated. Photo front and back.
Letter from Guyo Tajiri to Clifford Uyeda (ddr-densho-338-178)
doc Letter from Guyo Tajiri to Clifford Uyeda (ddr-densho-338-178)
A letter where Guyo Tajiri tells Clifford Uyeda about the effort Larry and Ruth Hall made to have a memorial placed in Bruyeres to commemorate the 442nd Regimental Combat Team.
Letter to Clifford Uyeda from Mike Masaoka (ddr-densho-122-569)
doc Letter to Clifford Uyeda from Mike Masaoka (ddr-densho-122-569)
Letter opposing resolution adopted by San Francisco JACL Chapter re: redress
Men standing behind President Jimmy Carter in White House, signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-5)
img Men standing behind President Jimmy Carter in White House, signing of Commission of Wartime Relocation and Internment of Citizens Act into law (ddr-densho-393-5)
Unknown, Clifford Uyeda, Ted Stevens, Daniel Inouye, Ron Ikejiri, Barbara Ikejiri, Norm Mineta, Spark Matsunaga, George Danielson. President Carter seated. photo front and back. Signed by George Danielson, Congressman from California.
Letter regarding JACL involvement in campaign against the term
doc Letter regarding JACL involvement in campaign against the term "Jap" (ddr-densho-274-8)
Letter from Shosuke Sasaki to Clifford Uyeda. In the 1950s and 1960s, Mr. Sasaki was the leader of a movement against the use of the word "Jap" in movies and print media.
Clifford Uyeda Interview Segment 15 (ddr-densho-122-19-15)
vh Clifford Uyeda Interview Segment 15 (ddr-densho-122-19-15)
Reading and discussion of the 1990 Golden Gate resolution

This interview was conducted by filmmaker Frank Abe for his 2000 documentary, Conscience and the Constitution, about the World War II resisters of conscience at the Heart Mountain incarceration camp. As a result, the interviews in this collection are typically not life histories, instead primarily focusing …

Clifford Uyeda Interview Segment 5 (ddr-densho-122-19-5)
vh Clifford Uyeda Interview Segment 5 (ddr-densho-122-19-5)
Looking back at the incarceration experience as an outsider: "Why aren't they protesting more?"

This interview was conducted by filmmaker Frank Abe for his 2000 documentary, Conscience and the Constitution, about the World War II resisters of conscience at the Heart Mountain incarceration camp. As a result, the interviews in this collection are typically not …

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