PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

  • Curriculum Writing Institute – August 11-14, 2017

  • Dissonant Voices Workshop via Our Education Partner National Japanese American Historical Society – August 10-11, 2017

EXHIBITS

Fred Korematsu’s story is featured in museum exhibits. We are working with additional museums across the country to include Korematsu’s inspiring story.

Click here to view our collection of permanent, current, and past exhibits.

ADDITIONAL CURRICULUM

Executive Order 9066 and 10 Main Incarceration Camps

JANUARY – Fred T. Korematsu
FEBRUARY – Executive Order 9066
MARCH – Amache Japanese American Incarceration Camp
APRIL – Gila River Incarceration Camp
MAY – Heart Mountain Incarceration Camp
JUNE – Jerome Incarceration Camp
JULY – Manzanar Incarceration Camp
AUGUST – Minidoka Incarceration Camp
SEPTEMBER– Poston Incarceration Camp
OCTOBER – Rohwer Incarceration Camp
NOVEMBER – Topaz Incarceration Camp
DECEMBER – Tule Lake Incarceration Camp

POWER OF WORDS TERMINOLOGY

The Power of Words is a grassroots campaign to identify, discuss and implement a plan within the organization of the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) to identify euphemisms and misnomers and encourage the use of more accurate terminology as it relates to the forced removal and incarceration of Japanese and Japanese Americans during World War II.