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Uyehara,Grayce Ritsu Kaneda

Importance of education in achieving redress for incarceration

Grayce Ritsu Kaneda Uyehara August 28, 1998

I feel that the major contribution has to do with the educational process, which is …

Shibayama,Art

Denied redress as a Japanese Peruvian

Art Shibayama October 26, 2003

I got a letter from Office of Redress saying that I was denied because I …

Shimomura,Roger

Receiving a negative reaction from father upon asking about World War II experience

Roger Shimomura March 18 & 20, 2003

I remember asking my father, once, What was that thing we experienced in camp? I …

Yamasaki,Frank

Thoughts on redress

Frank Yamasaki August 18, 1997

It's no different from the reparation. That money that's sent to us, does that remedy …

Ito,Mitsuo

Redress Movement in Canada

Mitsuo Ito March 23, 2005

I*: How did you feel about the whole redress movement, the fact that your family …

Herzig,Aiko Yoshinaga

Positive experiences with Asian Americans for Action

Aiko Yoshinaga Herzig August 26, 1998

It (Triple A1) was an experience for me. It made me much more aware of …

Herzig,Aiko Yoshinaga

Redress payments to Issei who did not enter camps

Aiko Yoshinaga Herzig August 26, 1998

Do you remember this man, an Issei man, who was apparently living in Utah so …

Herzig,Aiko Yoshinaga

Waiting for the right time to start Redress Movement

Aiko Yoshinaga Herzig August 26, 1998

There was no way we could do it (Redress Movement) before [the 1980s]. We didn’t …

Herzig,Jack

His testimony has more credibility because of his race

Jack Herzig August 26, 1998

Being assigned to military intelligence gave me some credentials later on to say I was …

Herzig,Jack

Bringing the Japanese American community together through class-action lawsuit

Jack Herzig August 26, 1998

It (Commission) was essential, absolutely. First, from a purely informational viewpoint, then from an approach …

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