Mitsuye Endo’s choice to sacrifice her personal freedom in order to pursue her court case on behalf of all Japanese Americans interned at relocation camps during World War II demonstrates qualities worthy of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Mitsuye Endo’s choice to sacrifice her personal freedom in order to pursue her court case on behalf of all Japanese Americans interned at relocation camps during World War II demonstrates qualities worthy of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Courtesy of National Archives ca. 1942
Mitsuye Endo’s choice to sacrifice her personal freedom in order to pursue her court case on behalf of all Japanese Americans interned at relocation camps during World War II demonstrates qualities worthy of the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Courtesy of National Archives ca. 1942

Japanese American internment case cited today in government actions

September 04, 2016 02:00 AM

UPDATED September 04, 2016 02:00 AM

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