Japanese Americans -- Education [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 [lcsh]; Concentration camps -- Arkansas [lcsh]; Jerome Relocation Center (Ark.) [aacr2]; High school students [lcsh]; Graduation (School) [lcsh];
Bills, Legislative -- United States; Japanese Americans -- Legal status, laws, etc.; Japanese Americans -- Reparations; Legislators -- California; Matsui, Robert T., 1941 -- Quotations; Pashayan, Charles; Mineta, Norman Yoshio, 1931--Quotations;
Charles "Chip" Pashayan becomes the first republican congressman from California to support House Resolution 442, redress legislation. Other co-sponsors of the legislation include Rep. Lane Evans (D) and Rep. Raymond McGrath (R). Robert T. Matsui...
Concentration camps -- California [lcsh]; Tule Lake Relocation Center [lcna]; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 [lcsh]; Japanese American children [lcsh]; School children [lcsh];
World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation, Japanese American [lcsh]; United States. Army. Regimental Combat Team, 442nd [lcna]; Japanese American veterans [lcsh]; War memorials [lcsh]; Japanese American World War II Veterans Monument [lcna]
"Go for Broke" was the motto of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team.
Concentration camps -- California [lcsh]; Japanese American children [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- Social life and customs [lcsh]; Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 [lcsh]; Tule Lake Relocation Center [lcna]; Hina-matsuri...
Japanese Girl's Day is March 3rd and is called Hina-matsuri (Doll Festival) in Japan. It's a celebration for young girls and people display a set of hina dolls and props in the house, wishing girls healthy growth and happiness.
Asian American legislators; Matsui, Robert T., 1941 -- Photographs; Matsui, Robert T., 1941 -- Death and burial; Funeral rites and ceremonies;
U.S. Representative Robert T. Matsui lies in state in the California State Capitol building rotunda. Robert T. Matsui passed on January 1, 2005. He was elected to Congress in 1978 and served 14 two-year terms.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Campaigns -- France [lcsh]; World War, 1939-1945 -- Medals [lcsh]; Japanese American soldiers [lcsh]; Ohama, Abraham [aacr2]; Masuda, Kaz [aacr2]; Akiyama, Zentaro George [aacr2]; World War, 1939-1945 -- Participation,...
All three died in World War II. Abraham Ohama was killed in Bruyeres, France and received a silver star.