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JACLJapanese American Citizens League
JACLJava Command Language
JACLJacl Adventure Creation Language
JACLJava Application Control Language
JACLJournal of Armed Conflict Law
JACLJaw Claudication
JACLJoomla Access Control List
JACLJuneau, Alaska CityLink
JACLJarcho Cannula
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resistance to the government and to the JACL was at my father's
The JACL participated in the 1963 March on Washington and pushed for the repeal of anti-miscegenation laws, while Asian American organizations in San Francisco fought against community displacement resulting from "urban renewal" programs.
(168.) See Letter to Senator from JACL Executive Director S.
Dillon Myer had continued Milton Eisenhower's policy of working closely with the JACL, which cooperated with the WRA in the administration of the camps.
The primary vehicle for the expression of post-9/11 positions of the Japanese American community was JACL (208)--the same organization that did not stand up for the interests of Japanese people in 1942.
Floyd Mori, national executive director of the JACL, said that Southwest has started to provide flight tickets for use in various JACL programmes.
The Journal of African Children's & Youth Literature (JACYL) was founded in 1989 as the Journal of African Children's literature (JACL).
The resisters met with strong opposition from the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) because their stories countered the government and wartime JACL accounts of smiling, cooperative model Japanese internees.
After half a century of white supremacist policies that criminalized Asian migrants and regulated the labor market, the Japanese American Citizens League (JACL) advocated military service during World War II for Nisei (second-generation Japanese Americans) to demonstrate their fidelity to the United States.
For information about APAICS, visit www.apaics.org, and for details about the JACL, visit www.jacl.org.
According to Daniel Widener, between 1946 and 1952, the year of her departure, Japanese American "inroads" into white areas served as "a wedge subsequently broadened" by black families, while desegregation efforts were often coordinated by groups like the JACL and NAACP (170).
ISL is based on JACL [36], which is the Java version of the Tool Command Language (TCL) [37].