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The Japanese American National Museum has launched The Remembrance Project, an online “living museum” which commemorates the 70th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066. That order made it possible for the US government to relocate Americans with Japanese ancestry to internment camps during World War II. [Remembrance Project]
Chinese American Cultural Night 2012, an annual event produced by the Association of of Chinese Americans at UCLA, will feature the story of Vincent Chin, along with musical and dance performances. Free tickets to the event, which is Saturday, May 12, will be available starting Monday, May 7. Non-UCLA affiliated folks can send ticket requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. [CACN]
Filed under: Asian-American History, CACN, Chinese American Cultural Night, Chinese American Cultural Night 2012, DISGRASIAN's Extracurricular Activities, JANM, Japanese American National Museum, The Remembrance Project
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