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Related Resource Sites: Robert T. Matsui: Road to Redress

Find Law Site : Original U.S. Supreme Court Case involving Toyosaburo Korematsui v. United States, 322 U.S. 214 (1944).

Find Law Site : U.S. Supreme Court Kiyoshi Hirabayashi v. UNITED STATES, 320 U.S.81 (1943).   Argued May 10, 11, 1943. Decided June 21, 1943.

Asian American Bar Association of the Greater Bay Area site coram nobis :Fred Korematsu Petitioner v. United States of America, Respondent. U.S. District Court, Northern District of California. April 19, 1984

Find Law Site: U.S. Supreme Court EX PARTE MITSUYE ENDO, 323 U.S. 283 (1944). Argued Oct. 12, 1944. Decided Dec. 18, 1944.

Government Document Library. This web site has links to government documents on internment of Japanese-Americans and many other important links to other sites.
The Virtual Museum of City of San Francisco: Chronology of 1942 San Francisco War Events (Japanese Americans).
Report to the President : Japanese-American Internment Sites Preservation, January 2001.
NCRR - Nikkei for Civil Rights and Redress (formally National Coalition for Redress)
Japanese American Relocation Digital Archive is a digital "thematic collection" within the California Digital Library OAC documenting the experience of Japanese Americans in World War II internment camps.
Japanese American Internment Curriculum site provides lesson plans, links to government documents, court cases and related materials for use by teachers in Grades K-12.
The National Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS), founded in 1980 in San Francisco, is a non-profit membership supported organization dedicated to the collection, preservation, authentic interpretation, and sharing of historical information of the Japanese American experience.
The Japanese American National Museum is the only museum in the United States dedicated to sharing the experience of Americans of Japanese ancestry.
Densho's mission is to preserve the testimonies of Japanese Americans who were unjustly incarcerated during World War II before their memories are extinguished. This site contains access to over 240 interviews and over 2000 photos, documents and numerous links to other resource sites.
The Japanese American National Museum, has established the Civil Liberties Archives and Study Center (CLASC) in which a comprehensive collection of materials documenting the Japanese American experience of exclusion, incarceration, and resettlement is being assembled and made publicly accessible.
The Japanese American Archival Collection (JAAC) ImageBase presents about 1400 images in a searchable database of selected photographs and images of artifacts related to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. This award winning collection is housed in the Special Collections and University Archives of California State University, Sacramento.
Seevak 2005 site put together by students. An excellent site providing an overview of Robert T. Matsui contributions California and to the nation with photographs, information on social security, redress and much more.


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