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JACL Curriculum Guides & Resources
  • The Japanese American Experience: A Lesson in American History
    JACL’s acclaimed curriculum guide containing a summary of the history of Japanese Americans, a chronology of important dates, a resource listing of books, videos and websites, learning activities for the classroom and an appendix with photos and copies of primary documents from the incarceration era.
  • The Journey from Gold Mountain: The Asian American Experience
    JACL’s curriculum guide that covers the struggles and contributions of Asian Americans.  This comprehensive guide contains a history of Asian American history beginning with the immigration of the Chinese in the mid-1800s, including the Japanese American incarceration during WWII through the 2000s.  The guide contains information and learning activities suitable for creating classroom units on Asian American history.
  • Power of Words
    Booklet explaining euphemisms surrounding the Japanese American incarceration.
  • An Unnoticed Struggle: A Concise History of Asian American Civil Rights Issues.
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