We’ve been slower to post photos of late – with the running around. But we have had a few wonderful events, including a presentation to Clarendon Elementary School in San Francisco, which has a Japanese immersion program. Many thanks to Carol Kocivar for taking these pictures, and to teacher Junko Tanaka for inviting us. These kids know A LOT about Fred Korematsu, since some of them put on a play about his life.

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