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作者 Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress
書名 NCRR : the grassroots struggle for Japanese American redress and reparations / by Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress
出版項 Los Angeles, CA : UCLA Asian American Studies Center Press, [2018]
國際標準書號 9780934052511
0934052514
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 歐美所圖書館3F西文書區  940.53 N584 2018    在架上  -  30500101559428
說明 391 pages, 8 pages of plates : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 28 cm
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unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
Overview -- Preface : Why this book and why now?
Part one: The history and origins of the NCRR. Japanese Americans and the movement for redress: grassroots activism in the National Coalition of Redress/Reparations, Los Angeles Chapter / Glen Ikuo Kitayama ; My relation to redress ; The repeal of Title II of the 1950 Internal Security Act ; New horizons, same story ; Redevelopment ; The National Coalition for Redress/Reparations ; Afterword: By way of conclusion -- Gambare / Miya Iwataki -- Where we came from , and why we joined NCRR ; Miya Iwataki ; Richard Katsuda ; Suzy Katsuda ; Kathy Nishimoto Masaoka ; Jim Matsuoka ; Bert and Lillian Nakano ; Alan Nishio ; Kay Ochi ; Janice Iwanaga Yen
Part two: Voices of transformation : community organizers and activists. Prologue: Waiting for justice to find its time / Jim Matsuoka -- Roots of the NCRR ; Introduction ; Beginnings / June Kizu ; Reaching out / Bert and Lillian Nakano ; The road to NCRR started in Little Tokyo / Roy Nakano ; Personal reflections on NCRR / June Hibino ; Attorney for the Defense / Gerald Sato ; My NCRR memories / JK Yamamoto ; Changing my mind about reparations / Lane Ryo Hirabayashi ; My NCRR experience / Robert Toji
Gathering voices to speak for redress ; Introduction ; Speaking up for redress: a courageous Nisei woman / Jim H. Matsuoka -- NCRR's role in the CWRIC hearings / Miya Iwataki -- Taking charge / June Kizu -- A "new" Japanese immigrant: getting to know the Issei / Yasuko Sakamoto -- Early days of the redress movement in the San Jose area / Richard Katsuda -- Rallying the community and building the movement. Introduciton -- Getting involved and volunteer power / Alan Nishio -- We never gave up / Kathy Masaoka
Rallying the community / Lucille Nakahara -- The road to redress / Steve Nagano -- Family's Tule Lake roots / Gary Fujimoto -- A march for justice / Haru Kuromiya -- Remembering the redress campaign / Takeshi Nakayama -- Takashi Tim Nabara / Janice Nabara Huey -- Frank Emi: a hero for all time / Merilynne Quon
The people go to Washington. Introduction -- Lobbying in Washington / Miya Iwataki -- Lobbying Cognress for redress: the best thing I've done in my life / Guy Aoki -- Redress: a view from San Francisco / John Ota -- Reparations: our historic victory / Bert Nakano
The role of art and the media. Poster art gallery -- Introduction -- The day of remembrance and the role of artists / Kay Ochi and Janice Yen -- Remembrances of Glenn / Edna Horiuchi -- MANAA forms in anger over media coverage of the fiftieth anniversary of Pearl Harbor / Guy Aoki -- Stand up for justice: who knew it would be a long journey! / Patty Ito Nagano -- Light, a reflection (on NCRR) in (7) parts / traci kato kiriyama
The Civil Liberties Act of 1988 and challenging redress denials. Introduction -- Remembering the post-CLA redress work / Kay Ochi -- Minor relocatee: child sent to Japan in 1943 denied redress / Reiko Nimura -- Child claiming redress for lives disrupted / Sharon Tanihara -- A child of "voluntary evacuees": redress claim initially denied / Duane Inouye Sanchez -- Working as director of the Office of Redress Administration: a labor of love / Bob Bratt -- Railroad workers family member: my redress journey with NCRR / Fumiko Ishii Shimada -- Owning a camera was a crime: the ten-year road to justice for railroad worker families / Reginald Chun, esq. -- Campaign for justice: redress now for Japanese Latin Americans introduction / Jim Matsuoka -- My personal experience in the Japanese Latin American redress campaign / Ayako Hagihara -- The Civil Liberties Act of 1988: summary of redress cases processed and reparations paid
Creating linkages in the quest of justice. Introduction / Lane Ryo Hirabayashi -- NCRR, the "nail that sticks up" / Kathy Masaoka -- JAPSS hair salon campaign / Suzy Katsuda -- Big mountain / G. Akito Maehara -- Free South Africa! / Evelyn Yoshimura -- The campaign to abolish the fingerprinting of Koreans in Japan / Kathy Masaoka -- Revealing the 522nd's liberation of Dachau to the media / Guy Aoki -- The New Otani Hotel / Jim Matsuoka -- NCRR delegation: exchange between Japanese Americans and Cuban Japanese / Sandy Maeshiro -- The NCRR 9/11 Committee / Michael Yanagita
A new generation of activists. Introduction -- A Japanese student learns from the history of NCRR / Kumiko Tsuchida -- NCRR and its impact on young people / Tony Osumi -- Conclusion / Lane Ryo Hirabayashi -- For further thought and reading / Lane Ryo Hirabayashi
主題 Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress -- History
National Coalition for Redress/Reparations (U.S.) -- History
National Coalition for Redress/Reparations (U.S.) fast (OCoLC)fst00753842
Evacuation and relocation of Japanese Americans (United States : 1942-1945) fast (OCoLC)fst01801850
Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 -- Reparations
Reparations for historical injustices -- Japanese Americans
Japanese Americans -- Political activity -- History
Japanese Americans -- Civil rights -- History
Community activists -- Japanese Americans -- History
Alt Author Hirabayashi, Lane Ryo, editor
Alt Title Grassroots struggle for Japanese American redress and reparations
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