The Manzanar Committee has gone digital with our monthly newsletter, the Manzanar Messenger!
Every month, we will publish a wide range of articles dealing with civil rights, Executive Order 9066, and the forced removal of Japanese/Japanese Americans during World War II, along with other issues of interest to our community.
The history of the Japanese American community in the United States is rich, in many ways. The struggles and triumphs have been, and are, shaped by our community’s efforts and by broader political and social dynamics. Our experience offers important lessons, most notably for the struggle against systemic racism, but also for the preservation of democracy. We want to share our stories to educate ourselves and to draw out how our experience holds important lessons for our country’s future.
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