JACL Weekly Digest

 
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Weekly Digest: June 12

JACL Convention Early Bird Registration Ends June 20! Trump Administration Announces Former WWII Incarceration Site, Fort Sill, Will be Used to Detain Immigrant Children Days of Action against Public Charge Rule Apply to the APAICS National Leadership Academy by June 28 “Our Lost Years” Los Angeles Premiere Discussion and Screening…

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Weekly digest: June 4

JACL Convention Early Bird Registration Ends June 20! Memorial Day Services at Golden Gate National Cemetery Mt. Olympus and Salt Lake Chapters Award Scholarships JACL Puyallup Valley Annual Scholarship Luncheon JACL National Celebrates APAHM New Issue of Nikkei-mashou Days of Action against Public Charge Rule Norman Y. Mineta Leadership Institute…

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Weekly Digest: April 2

JACL Convention Website Now Open for Registration JACL Joins NAPABA/AALDEF Amicus Brief Crystal City Pilgrimage Attendees Protest Incarceration of Migrant Families Seeking Asylum Action Alert: Save Funding for the Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program Minidoka Swing Band in the Bay Area Invitation Program for Japanese American Students Tell Congress…

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Weekly Digest: January 22

Supreme Court Allows Transgender Military Ban to Go Forward Supreme Court Takes No Action on DACA JACL Marches for Women’s Rights JACL Announces the Opening of a Multimedia Exhibit on Wartime Incarceration Toshizo Watanabe Study Abroad Scholarship Program National JACL Announces 2019 Scholarship Program Seattle JACL Announces Scholarship Opportunities Kaiser…

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Weekly Digest: January 2

In this week’s Digest: JACL Wishes You a Happy New Year! JACL Concerned by Spike in Southeast Asian Deportations JACL Announces the Opening of a Multimedia Exhibit on Wartime Incarceration Updates from the December, 2018 Kakehashi trip National JACL Announces 2019 Scholarship Program Join the National Youth/Student Council JACL Is…

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