Fred Korematsu
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fox40.com
3 years ago
Monday, California observed "Fred Korematsu Day." The Japanese-American Civil Rights activist refused to go to internment camps because he believed incarcerating people for their ethnicity was unconstitutional.
huffingtonpost.com
3 years ago
Monday was Fred Korematsu's birthday. The brave twenty-three year old who in 1942 refused to be interned by the U.S. government alongside 120,000 other Japanese Americans has been on my mind.
bigislandnow.com
3 years ago
President Trump must rescind this despicable, immoral executive order immediately.” Sen. Hirono also shared the story of Fred Korematsu, the civil rights hero who resisted the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II all the way to the ...
asiasociety.org
3 years ago
A young Japanese American named Fred Korematsu refused to enter the camps in 1942 and was subsequently arrested. His legal challenge wound its way to the Supreme Court, which, despite the blatant absence of due process, ruled against him and ...
googlediscovery.com
3 years ago
Em uma provável resposta ao veto a imigrantes de Trump, o Google publicou um doodle em homenagem a Fred Toyosaburo Korematsu, um ativista dos direitos civis e sobrevivente do internamento de nipo-americanos durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial.
popsugar.com
3 years ago
Although Trump's administration has lightened up the restrictions a bit after the nation's general outrage, Google is getting in on the action by taking a subtle jab at POTUS's questionable actions.
mlive.com
3 years ago
Sen. Steve Bieda, D-Warren, drew a parallel between Trump's order and the post-WWII Japanese internment that Michigander Fred Korematsu went up against in federal court in the 1940s. As the Senate passed a resolution honoring Korematsu Tuesday, ...
kitv.com
3 years ago
We know that it is not a coincidence that this day is the same as the birthday of Fred Korematsu, a civil rights icon. Today, we stand on the shoulders of the brave individuals, like Mr. Korematsu, who fought for equality and civil liberties in the ...
paradisepost.com
3 years ago
Meanwhile, the Assembly approved a resolution to recognize Fred Korematsu, a Japanese-American man who challenged the executive order that forced Japanese people into internment camps during World War II.
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January 31
times-standard.com
3 years ago
Humboldt State University history lecturer Guy Aronoff speaks to over 50 people gathered in the library on Monday evening about Fred Korematsu's fight for civil rights as part of HSU's Fred Korematsu Day of Civil Liberties and the Constitution. Hunter ...
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January 30
bigislandvideonews.com
3 years ago
WASHINGTON D.C. (BIVN) - Senators Schatz and Hirono shared the story of Fred Korematsu, the civil rights hero who resisted the internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II all the way to the Supreme Court.
app.com
3 years ago
The search-engine giant's front page had a subtle nod the to protests surrounding Trump's ban as well on Monday morning. The nearly daily change of the word "Google" on Monday honored the 98th birthday of Fred Korematsu, who was the lead plaintiff in a ...
dailyprogress.com
3 years ago
Meanwhile, the Assembly approved a resolution to recognize Fred Korematsu, a Japanese-American man who challenged the executive order that forced Japanese people into internment camps during World War II.
eastbaytimes.com
3 years ago
The remembrances begin with Fred Korematsu, the Oakland civil rights activist whom Google honored in its daily “Google Doodle'' sketch.
usatoday.com
3 years ago
Preventing officially sanctioned disparagement is not a quirk of trademark law. In many contexts, the government has recognized the harm of disparaging names and has acted to disassociate itself from those names and labels.
nbcnews.com
3 years ago
Although Korematsu received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, he was also a somewhat reluctant activist. He was only 23 years old at the time and just wanted to hang out with his European-American girlfriend.
mercurynews.com
3 years ago
Oakland native Fred T. Korematsu, whose challenge of Executive Order 9066 was carried to the U.S. Supreme Court, has been spotlighted by Google as the search engine's “doodle of the day,” highlighting the power of political dissent at a time of ...
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January 30
mic.com
3 years ago
30, 2017 "Google doodle" pays tribute to civil rights hero Fred Korematsu. Source: Google. The digital tribute honors Korematsu, who died in 2005, on what would have been his 98th birthday.
ww2.kqed.org
3 years ago
Nearly 75 years ago, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, allowing for the internment of Japanese-Americans.
chicoer.com
3 years ago
Chico Peace and Justice Center is hosting a celebration in honor of civil rights activist Fred Korematsu, 6:30-9 p.m. Monday.
eastbaytimes.com
3 years ago
Karen Korematsu, daughter of Fred Korematsu, gestures while wishing her father a happy birthday while attending a celebration during the first Fred Korematsu Day on Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011, at Wheeler Hall at the University of California in Berkeley, Calif.
rafu.com
3 years ago
BERKELEY - Heyday Books will release “Fred Korematsu Speaks Up” at the end of January to coincide with Korematsu's birthday (Jan. 30) and the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066 (Feb. 19). Written by Laura Atkins and Stan Yogi and ...
kalw.org
3 years ago
One Oakland man, Fred Korematsu, defied the government order, and with the help of the Northern California ACLU, mounted a legal challenge to his forced relocation.
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Fred Toyosaburo Korematsu (是松 豊三郎, Korematsu Toyosaburō, January 30, 1919 – March 30, 2005) was an American civil rights activist who objected to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
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