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

Permanent Exhibits

 

Past Exhibits

Photo by Claudia Leung

Photo by Claudia Leung

Oakland Museum of California | Oakland, CA
October 10, 2012 – December 9, 2012. On view in the Museum’s Great Hall is the exhibition “Forgotten Stories, Remarkable Lives: Días de los Muertos 2012,” features stories about everyday Californians—from political activists to migrant braceros to former slaves—who’ve made a difference. In addition to individual artists’ altars, the exhibition features community altars by OMCA docents and students from Tennyson High School (Hayward) and Melrose Leadership Academy (Oakland).

Photo courtesy of Karen Korematsu and the Korematsu Institute

Photo courtesy of Karen Korematsu and the Korematsu Institute