Tag Archives: EGUSD

The Forbidden Treasure

Three years ago we had the privilege of interviewing See Lor for our Time of Remembrance Oral Histories Project. Her interview was inspirin [...]

“We’ll Meet Again” – Premiere Episode: Reiko Nagumo

Source: PBS.org Tonight, Tuesday, January 23, 2018 is the debut of Ann Curry’s new six-part series, We’ll Meet Again on PBS. “Wi [...]

Florin High School’s Law Academy Hosts Marielle Tsukamoto

Carlos Garcia, Florin High School Law Academy Coordinator, and his students spent an afternoon with former Japanese-American internee Marie [...]

Looking for a lesson on immigration?

We are a nation of immigrants.” Franklin D. Roosevelt, John F. Kennedy, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, Mark Zuckerberg, etc. [...]

President Obama’s Visit to Laos

Last week, thanks to President Obama, the “Secret War in Laos” is a little less secret. President Obama is the first U.S. Presid [...]

Secret War – EGUSD Curriculum Planning Workshop

Please Join Us! Elk Grove Unified teachers (Grades 5-12) are invited to attend our Secret War in Laos Curriculum Planning Workshop. June 10 [...]

In Recognition of the 74th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Today, December 7, marks the 74th Anniversary of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor. As a nation, we pay tribute to those who lost their l [...]

Rights Violated: Japanese Incarceration and the Constitution During WWII

On September 2nd, 2015, the EGUSD Board of Education passed a resolution designating September 17th as Constitution Day. A workshop designed [...]

Remembering the Secret War in Laos

On Friday evening, May 22, we headed to the west steps of the State Capitol for a memorial candlelight vigil to commemorate the 40-year anni [...]
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