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I Never Saw My Father Again


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Being torn from family members was a common misery of Japanese Americans during WWII and Mexican Americans during the Mexican Repatriation of the 1930s. Author of "Decade of Betrayal" on the Mexican Repatriation, Francisco E. Balderrama is coming back to the Bay Area to speak with a multi-cultural panel (Japanese American and Muslim American) to discuss how can we can stand up against these civil liberty issues today.
A light reception with refreshments will follow the hour-long event.

It will take place on May 3rd at 7:00pm.

Cost: FREE to the public, RSVP required
Where: Japanese American Museum of San Jose
TO RSVP: Contact publicprograms@jamsj.org, (408) 294-3138

Japanese American Museum of San Jose
535 North Fifth Street
San Jose, California 95112
Phone (408) 294-3138
FAX (408) 294-1657

Funded by California State Library and California Civil Liberties Public Education Program.