LOCKED IN, LOCKED OUT
Linking Japanese American Internment to Your Rights Today

May 13 – September 15
At NJAHS Gallery
1684 Post Street, San Francisco
Open Monday thru Friday, 12noon to 5:00 pm, and first Saturday of each month, 12noon to 5:00 pm.

NJAHS Gallery showcases the winners of the High School Juried Creative Arts Competition. Sponsored by NJAHS, San Diego Public Library, American Civil Liberties Union.

For grades 4-12 -- Get Out of Camp
An Interactive Experience of the Japanese American Internment. An interactive game brings the camp experience alive.

Politics on the Presidio: Portraying History in a Popular Setting
Student designs from the University of California for NJAHS’ proposed Learning Center at the site of Building 640 in the Presidio, San Francisco—the original classroom and barracks for the first class of Nisei Military Intelligence Service students.

For any other questions, contact us at (415) 921-5007 or email to njahs@njahs.org.


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