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Opinion: The Moral Injury Veterans Suffer From war Is Not Worth...

 We just celebrated Veterans Day, paying tribute to the young men and women who have served our country. Across the country, families gathered at...

Black Eagles’ Reveals the Battlefields of War and Racism in World...

All the Fighting 90th Tuskegee Airmen wanted was an opportunity to serve. And in “Black Eagles,” the play by Leslie Lee and directed by L....

SF’s “Comfort Women” Statue Honors Victims of Japanese Sex Trafficking

Yong-soo Lee, 89, a “comfort woman” during World War II, touches the statue of the late Grandma Hak-soon Kim who first broke the silence...

Crab Feed Fundraiser to Restore World War II Victory Ship

The Richmond Museum Association recently hosted a crab feed to fund the restoration of the SS Red Oak Victory Ship. In the mid-1990s, the SS...

Parade Honors Japanese-American WWII Vets Who Fought in Segregated Units

By Brian Day, San Gabriel Valley Tribune Japanese-American World War II veterans who fought in a segregated regiment their families were incarcerated in U.S. internment...

Internment Camp Survivor Spoke at Richmond School Renaming Meeting

An 89-year old woman who was among the Japanese Americans sent to internment camps during World War II spoke at the West Contra Costa...
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