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Echoes of History: From the Incarceration of Japanese Americans to the Travel Ban

This article by Partner Dale Minami was original written for the October 2017 issue of Contra Costa Lawyer, the official publication of the Contra Costa County Bar Association. December 7, 1941.  The United States is suddenly and deliberately attacked by the naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.  A Day of Infamy.  Within ...

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#StopRepeatingHistory Campaign Joins #AAPIAction Week to Protest Attacks on Immigrants

Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations around the nation will take part in #AAPIAction, a Week of Action starting October 7, 2017, to protest the racist and nativist attacks on our communities. The #StopRepeatingHistory campaign joins more than 30 Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations in 15 cities organizing rallies, demonstrations, teach-ins, and other activities ...

Supreme Court Cancels Oct. 10 Hearing

The U.S. Supreme Court has canceled its October 10 hearing in the Muslim ban cases, asking both parties to resubmit short letter briefs to address whether the cases are or will be moot in light of the September 24 Presidential Proclamation — and because provisions in EO13780 affecting refugees expires on October 24. Our legal ...

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