Three organizations received mini-grants to support their community projects.
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Three organizations received mini-grants to support their work in Los Angeles, Sacramento and West Covina, California.
Our grant will be used for their performances called “Swingposium on the Road”.
Our grant will be used for creating an open-air plaza memorializing the Tanforan Assembly Center.
National Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS) receives grant for “Prejudice to Patriotism”, an exhibition
Our grant will be used for “Prejudice to Patriotism: 150 Years of the Japanese American Experience”, an exhibition enhancement of the Military Intelligence Service Historic Learning Center (MISHLC).
Our grant will be used to support Media Bridge’s Mineta Legacy Project. The Mineta Legacy Project is comprised of a documentary film and an educational curriculum that through Secretary Norman Mineta’s life and career and tells the story of Japanese American history, immigration, civil liberty violations, redress, the rise of Asian American political leadership and political civility.
Little Tokyo Service Center
“The greatest strength of the project is the community it has built. Japanese American seniors from all over Los Angeles come to the Far East Lounge to meet new friends, engage in new activities and socialize in their language.”