Secretary Zinke’s Comments Highlight the Need for Continued Funding of Japanese American Confinement Sites Grants

For Immediate Release March 16, 2018 Press Release Contact: Jeffrey Moy, Vice President for Public Affairs, jmoy@jacl.org David Inoue, Executive Director, dinoue@jacl.org Like most Americans, JACL is dismayed by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s attempt at humor, patronization, or combination of the two, when he addressed Hawaii Representative Colleen Hanabusa, a…

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JACL National and 113 Organizations Support JACS

Washington D.C.- JACL National led a letter to Chairman Calvert and Ranking Member McCollum urging them to support the continued funding the Japanese American Confinement Site Program. JACL National received 113 other organization’s support on this letter. The letter was sent to the committee in hopes the appropriations committee will fund.…

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Digest: February 27

In this week’s Digest: Continue Action on Proposed Budget to Eliminate JACS Grants Program! JACL Supports AAPI Equal Pay Day Minidoka Pilgrimage Announced And Then They Came For Us Screening in Berkeley, March 1st Special Edition Day of Remembrance 2018 Digest Petition Indiana University to Acknowledge Past Injustices NY/SC Showing…

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Help Us Fund the Japanese American Confinement Site Program

Help Us Fund the Japanese American Confinement Site Program! The Japanese American Confinement Site Grant program (JACS)is a National Parks Service grant program that distributes funds nationally to preserve the important history of Japanese incarceration during WWII. In just 8 years JACS has provided nearly $21 million to universities, national…

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