Sacramento observes 75th anniversary of Japanese American internment

Crocker Art Museum’s Day Of Remembrance attracted thousands of people to a daylong ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066, which forced Americans of Japanese ancestry into incarceration camps three months after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

We can stop history from repeating itself

Two months after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt authorized the internment of Japanese Americans with Executive Order 9066. Today, our nation faces an executive order, but this time is different.

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