A leading group of U.S. citizens of Japanese descent, including some who suffered internment during World War II, are using their community’s experiences to campaign for a society free of discrimination and prejudice.

The Japanese American Citizens League renewed its call for the protection of all civil rights in the United States during a recent press event, held to mark the 25th anniversary of an act that sought redress for nisei who were discriminated against even after the war.

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