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The CLPEF network is the online community of people and projects sponsored by the Civil Liberties Public Education Fund (CLPEF). This website is dedicated to providing information and resources to help educate the public on issues related to the wartime incarceration of Americans of Japanese ancestry.

The Civil Liberties Public Education Fund closed its offices in November of 1998 and is no longer in operation. This web site is preserved as an artifact of the project and is no longer actively maintained.

 Featured Sites

See the companion website for CONSCIENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION, the award-winning film on the largest organized resistance to the wartime incarceration of Japanese Americans.
The California Civil Liberties Public Education Program (CCLPEP) has announced the next round of its competitive grants program. Applications and more information are available at the CCLPEP website.

New Book

Free to Die for Their Country: The Japanese American Draft Resisters of World War II

by Eric Muller

Read an excerpt at the University of Chicago Press website.

See the website based on the film, Rabbit in the Moon, created by the point of View/Television Race Initiative.