The Empty Chair is a unique story about Japanese Americans living in Juneau, Alaska who were sent to incarceration camps during WWII, and how the community stood in quiet defiance against their unjust treatment.
Personal recollections of Japanese Americans returning to the Santa Clara Valley after their release from the camps.
Save the Date: September 24, 2017. JAMsj 30th Anniversary Celebration.Presentation on March 17th. "Future Nisei Soldiers’ Exhibit at the National Museum of the United States Army". Special appearance by General Shinseki. RSVP now!
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Funding for some of the projects listed here is being provided by a grant from the Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant Program, administered by the National Park Service.
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