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Japanese American League Calls For Support Of Parks Service Program

 

The JACL's program "Passing the Legacy: Youth Interpretations of Confinement Sites in the Western United States" has won a matching grant from the National Park Service in the amount of $151, 790.

The Japanese American Confinement Sites Grants will help fund projects in a dozen states, and an educational outreach program to engage youth in preserving confinement sites through art, conversation, and community service. These projects will preserve the heart and legacy of our community, expand our vision for the future, and empower and prepare our youth for future leadership roles.

To learn more about this grant, please click here.



 To ensure the quality execution of this program and to secure future funding, we need your support!


 

Japanese American Citizens League | 1765 Sutter Street | San Francisco | CA | 94115


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