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by Mark Vallen - ART FOR A CHANGE
Monday, Jan. 28, 2002 at 9:02 PM
To commemorate the 1942 Internment of the entire Japanese American Community... and to Protest the current Detention of Arab American & American Muslims, a DAY OF REMEMBRANCE will be held February 16 on the very spot in L.A.'s Little Tokyo where Japanese Americans were rounded up and shipped off to Concentration Camps.
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DAY OF REMEMBRANCE
Japanese American Internment to Arab American & American Muslim Detention. 1942 - 2002 - Without Due Process.
Michel Shehadeh. Western Regional Director of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee.
FEBRUARY 16th. 2002. 2 PM
Japanese American National Museum (J.A.N.M.)
369 E. First St., Downtown L.A., Little Tokyo district.
Admission Free, reservations required.
Call J.A.N.M. (213) 625-0414 x-2230
Special "Fighting Spirit Award" will be awarded to Art Shibayama, Japanese Latin American Activist. Special Recognition will be given to Redress Litigants. The Japanese American Citizen's League Award will go to Korean Immigrant Workers Advocates.
Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress
Japanese American Citizens League/Pacific Southwest District
Japanese American National Museum
For more information, please call the J.A.C.L. at:
Thanks to Artist David Monkawa for the beautiful Flyer Art.
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