At a groundbreaking ceremony for a memorial to Japanese-Americans, participants talked about the contribution that Japanese-Americans had made and about their internment during World War II.
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- Bill Lann Lee Assistant Attorney General (Acting) Department of Justice->Civil Rights Division
- Norman Y. Mineta U.S. Representative (Former) [D] California
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