BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT UID:events.uid.4056@www.discovernikkei.org DTSTART:20130217T000000Z DTEND:20130217T000000Z DESCRIPTION:The <a href="http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001f4eTwFTJcQAjD1PPhON rXibTPJUGYx77wnlQq7J51IO-z3_sZqTourJjEKgskU9hL3hl2CZ6jXIM3acMLCSEyg6TMEInz Xj5owwjAnHz9oM=" target="_blank">2013 San Jose Day of Remembrance </a> com memorates the signing of <a href="http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001f4eTwFTJc QCYnOeoWTNtFlWUOGr2uD8K7iqkITFp2yCX04wLLKoZ7iujD2xOclaXeFv74PvFaw5U5k9LXsw MuUVQvJN1Wi513Fv5dE1w9AFOvIF0JqH8LgRkqxA0gEX9H1Y1IQrAyeUKGVZAik4GXzzE-irN_ 6UQMHoit3NV4zb45OcjfQJt-6dmMh8SiKbA" target="_blank">Executive Order 9066< /a>\, which led to the incarceration of 120\,000 people of Japanese descen t\, two-thirds of whom were American citizens. The event will also recogni ze the 25th anniversary of the <a href="http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001f4e TwFTJcQCTcX34_Tsq2YJiBSt4D3ulLBJhk7KLP5mPUQlzQH0PoeMX_6wdDmvwJPXMplX7lgbsp OJAuRS07NtS2LG42YPRiCox4msgwZi7IFBCNlmt_RBnEsEKOQSSB_Gh9vIqmzVAzubWJILM4ZW A7FkFVh2x" target="_blank">Civil Liberties Act of 1988</a>. This landmark legislation stated that "a grave injustice was done to both citizens and p ermanent residents of Japanese ancestry by the evacuation\, relocation\, a nd internment of civilians during World War II."\n\nTo many of us in the J apanese American community\, the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 demonstrated that America can be a great nation. America can look back in painful intro spection and admit our past wrongs. But because our families and our commu nity have been the recipients of the government's apology and redress\, ma ny of us also believe that we bear a special responsibility to uphold the lessons learned from Executive Order 9066.\n\nThe <a href="http://r20.rs6. net/tn.jsp?e=001f4eTwFTJcQAjD1PPhONrXibTPJUGYx77wnlQq7J51IO-z3_sZqTourJjEK gskU9hL3hl2CZ6jXIM3acMLCSEyg6TMEInzXj5owwjAnHz9oM=" target="_blank">2013 S an Jose Day of Remembrance</a> commemorates the signing of <a href="http:/ /r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001f4eTwFTJcQCYnOeoWTNtFlWUOGr2uD8K7iqkITFp2yCX04wLL KoZ7iujD2xOclaXeFv74PvFaw5U5k9LXswMuUVQvJN1Wi513Fv5dE1w9AFOvIF0JqH8LgRkqxA 0gEX9H1Y1IQrAyeUKGVZAik4GXzzE-irN_6UQMHoit3NV4zb45OcjfQJt-6dmMh8SiKbA" tar get="_blank">Executive Order 9066</a>\, which led to the incarceration of 120\,000 people of Japanese descent\, two-thirds of whom were American cit izens. The event will also recognize the 25th anniversary of the <a href=" http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001f4eTwFTJcQCTcX34_Tsq2YJiBSt4D3ulLBJhk7KLP5m PUQlzQH0PoeMX_6wdDmvwJPXMplX7lgbspOJAuRS07NtS2LG42YPRiCox4msgwZi7IFBCNlmt_ RBnEsEKOQSSB_Gh9vIqmzVAzubWJILM4ZWA7FkFVh2x" target="_blank">Civil Liberti es Act of 1988</a>. This landmark legislation stated that "a grave injusti ce was done to both citizens and permanent residents of Japanese ancestry by the evacuation\, relocation\, and internment of civilians during World War II."\n\nTo many of us in the Japanese American community\, the Civil L iberties Act of 1988 demonstrated that America can be a great nation. Amer ica can look back in painful introspection and admit our past wrongs. But because our families and our community have been the recipients of the gov ernment's apology and redress\, many of us also believe that we bear a spe cial responsibility to uphold the lessons learned from Executive Order 906 6.\n\nPlease do not contact the San Jose Buddhist Church for information. Contact info@sjnoc.org or visit the NOC website. SUMMARY:33rd Annual San Jose Day of Remembrance - The Changing Face of Amer ica URL:/en/events/2013/02/17/33rd-annual-san-jose-day-of-remembrance-the-chan/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR