Justice Now for the Shibayama Brothers

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jack robinson
2 years ago
i believe the United States needs to do the right thing and provide redress and apologize to the people whose lives its racist policies ruined.

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cat l
3 years ago
The survivors or living descendants deserve proper redress! Almost 100 years later and the US GOVT can't make things right!

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Susan Perez
3 years ago
Sign it guys! Time for another wave of redress and reparations decisions for all those wronged by the US. Not only should justice be served but these precedents give us ground to stand on for present battles for civil and human rights.

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Michael Batchelder
3 years ago
The acts of the US government constitute nothing short of kidnapping, and if these families were supposed to be exchanged for American families imprisoned in Japan, then this is hostage-taking. Justice must be served.

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C Y
3 years ago
The Shibayama brothers are entitled to reparations for what was done to them, as are all of the Japanese Latin Americans who were forced to leave their homes at the behest of the US government during World War II.

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Aaron Grossman
4 years ago
It's the right thing to do.

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Sarahi Guadalupe
4 years ago
Justice!!!!

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Masao Suzuki
4 years ago
An injustice was done to Japanese Latin Americans when they were kidnapped and brought to the United States, and again when they were denied equal reparations with Japanese Americans.

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mark higashide
4 years ago
I am a part of this history.

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Tsukuru Fors
4 years ago
Because as long as we leave the injustice of our past unresolved, we will risk causing injustice in our present and future.