Honoring The Japanese American Heroes of WWII | Voices Magnified | A&E

As president and CEO of the Go For Broke National Education Center, Mitchell T. Maki works to honor and preserve the legacy of Japanese American WWII veterans. He discusses why he believes it’s important their story be told and how it can offer us important lessons for the present day. #VoicesMagnified #APAHM #AAPI

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9 thoughts on “Honoring The Japanese American Heroes of WWII | Voices Magnified | A&E

  1. That’s nice and all…, but I’m tired of media organizations propping up particular groups when it suits you…. just point out this is on the heels of the Asian hate propaganda! 😒 we’re paying attention 👀

  2. I would thank them for their service. However this is as racist as 2 movies about the Tuskegee Airmen. You are recognising people because of their race. For instance my father flew in the same theatre as the Tuskegee Airmen and yet nobody's made a movie about his unit specifically. They were great because of what they did, Lot what race they were. Is there a museum dedicated only to Anglo soldiers? I guess my Uncle would not be recognized for having been a medic with the 101st but would be recognised for being a descendant of Choctaw people and being a medic.

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