The Day of Remembrance For The Japanese American Internment is on every February 19th, which marks the anniversary of the Executive Order by President Roosevelt authorizing that shameful event.
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On Feb. 19, 1942, Pres. Roosevelt signed #EO9066, which authorized the mass roundup and incarceration of Japanese Americans.
Each year on this #DayOfRemembrance, I remember what my grandparents endured and why our freedoms are fragile.https://t.co/oSmm7y898d via @aclu pic.twitter.com/CChqhQTvLf
— Carl Takei (@carltakei) February 19, 2018