Other CLPEF Intiatives Contact Accomplishments
Annotated Bibliography of Redress Resources Rita Takahashi, Ph.D
Comprehensive annotated bibliography on redress sources which will be published on CLPEF Website. Includes published sources (books, monographs, periodicals, articles), materials in public collections, and materials in private collections.
CLPEF Curriculum Project Repository Japanese American Citizens League (JACL), Herbert Yamanishi
Use of National Headquarters, Washington DC office, and regional offices in Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle, Fresno to make curriculum projects available to teachers, schools and public.
CLPEF Grant Project Repository Debbie Henderson, Japanese American National Museum (JANM)
In addition to National Archives, designated repository for CLPEF grant projects and official CLPEF documents.
CLPEF Website National Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS), Rosalyn Tonai, Gary Otake
Will administer the CLPEF Website after November 1998. Website to include summary and accomplishments of grant projects, how to obtain products and links to other sites re: JA incarceration.
A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans and the US Constitution Jennifer Locke, Asst. Chair, Armed Forces History Collection, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution
Updating and upgrading the exhibit "A More Perfect Union: Japanese Americans and United States Constitution" at the National Museum of American History of the Smithsonian Institution
Personal Justice Denied Naomi Pascal, University of Washington Press and Tetsuden Kashima, University of Washington
Re-published an update of the Report of the Commission of the Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians, Personal Justice Denied with the recommendations.
Redress Oral Histories Mitch Maki, Darcie Iki, John Esaki
Conducting oral histories of JA peaders explaining their role and perspectives in the redress movement. Source mateiral will be housed at JANM.

Transcripts of the Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians Hearings (CWRIC)

Aiko Yoshinaga Herzig
Edited over 4,000 pages of transcripts of the CWRIC hearings. Transcripts eventually to be published and made available to the public.
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