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Non-incarcerated Japanese Americans

[Newspaper clipping titled:] My family's wartime experience

Commentary published in "Nichi Bei times" regarding Otani's reflections on her experience during World War II and her father's experience being fired from his job as a railroad worker. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sac_jaac_2111
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Letter from Sharon M. Tanihara to Paul Igasaki, September 30, 1990

Correspondence from Sharon Tanihara to Paul Igasaki regarding Tanihara's views on the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, her advocacy for an amendment, and her requests for names and addresses of Japanese American Citizens League members. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sac_jaac_2160
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Letter from Sharon M. Tanihara to Daniel Inouye, Senator, December 10, 1990

Correspondence from Sharon Tanihara to Senator Daniel Inouye regarding Tanihara's views on the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 and her opinions on restitution payments for individuals previously excluded from that bill. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: sac_jaac_2161
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Letter from Sharon Tanihara to Cheryl, JACL National Headquarters, August 20, 1990

Correspondence from Sharon Tanihara to Cheryl at the Japanese American Citizens League National Headquarters regarding Tanihara's argument about her eligibility for redress payments, a request for names and addresses of JACL officers, and a rough draft of a letter to JACL officers about amendments to the Civil Liberties Act of …
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U.S. government propaganda

George Yoshida Interview Segment 20

Feeling self-conscious after the bombing of Pearl Harbor; hearing racist propaganda, rumors
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Prevent Forest Fires [bookmark]

A bookmark created by US Department of Agriculture Forest Services to promote the prevention of forest fires. The front of the bookmark depicts a Japanese solider, smiling as he lights a match. The logo in the backdrop reads: "Careless Matches Aid The Axis!" The backside of this bookmark contains tips …
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Relocation, your responsibility as a member of your community

Text, in English and Japanese of a speech by James G. Lindley regarding the "responsibilities" of incarcerated Japanese-Americans. See this object in the California State Universities Japanese American Digitization project site: HMLSC_Speech
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Painting

Hatsuko Mary Higuchi Segment 12

Attending an art workshop taught by noted Japanese American artist Henry Fukuhara
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Hatsuko Mary Higuchi Segment 15

Discussion and showing of paintings
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Hatsuko Mary Higuchi Segment 13

Connecting with mother in her later life through artwork
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