Nisei, The Greatest Generations: Soldiers, Protesters and Prisoners

Japanese-American History During WWII

Courtesy of Hubbard Museum of the American West via New Mexico Digital Collections

On Saturday, Feb. 17, visit the Special Collections Library for Nisei, the Greatest Generation: Soldiers, Protestors, Prisoners of WWII. This presentation from the New Mexico Japanese-American Citizens League includes stories of the American children of Japanese immigrants during WWII, who fought for their country, protested the war and were put in internment camps by their own government. This event goes from 1 to 2:30pm and is free and open to the public. No reservations required, but get there early to ensure you get a seat.

Saturday Feb 17, 2018

423 Central Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
US

Phone: 505-848-1376
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

FREE

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

NIKKI NOJIMA LOUIS

Website: Click to Visit

Stories of the American-born children of Japanese immigrants who grew up during the Great Depression, reached maturity during WWII and served their country in a variety of ways.

FlyerNEW MEXICO JAPANESE AMERICAN CITIZENS LEAGUE PRESENTS:

NISEI, THE GREATEST GENERATION presents authentic stories of the American-born sons and daughters of Japanese immigrants who grew up during the Great Depression, reached maturity during WW II, and served their country in a variety of ways – as soldiers, protesters of internment, and survivors of a mass incarceration by their government.

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