Sign The Petition To Stop eBay and Amazon From Profiting Off of Japanese American History

Yesterday on Cyber Monday, JACL and 18 Million Rising launched a petition urging internet retailers Amazon and eBay to remove insensitively marketed items suggesting Japanese American prison camp art as “A Great Decoration for Home/Office.”
JACL and 18 Million Rising previously worked to press Walmart to remove similarly offensively marketed items from their website and continue to work with them to ensure this does not happen again.
We urge other internet retailers to follow Walmart’s lead and choosing not to profit from the pain of our incarceration experience and take down these insensitively marketed pieces.
For those who wish to obtain the World War II photos of the Japanese American incarceration experience, you may do so for FREE at the National Archives and Library of Congress online repositories.
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