Washington, DC - The Japanese American Citizens League is shocked and dismayed by the administration’s announcement that unaccompanied minors will be incarcerated at Fort Sill, a former World War II incarceration site. In 1942, Fort Sill imprisoned approximately 700 Ja...

Washington, DC - Today, May 18, 2019 would have been Vincent Chin’s 64th birthday. Vincent Chin, a Chinese American, was killed because two unemployed auto workers believed him to be Japanese and blamed him for their loss of work. In his memory, JACL today joins Act to...

Washington, DC - Today, the United States House of Representatives took a major step forward for our nation in passing H.R. 5, the Equality Act, which will provide much needed civil rights protections for LGBTQIA+ individuals.The Equality Act will update our civil righ...

There are two paid fellowship opportunities for recent graduates/young professionals. Applications are due May 19.

  • The Daniel K. Inouye policy fellowship: The fellowship provides the opportunity to work on advocacy at a national level through the National JACL offic...

Washington, DC - JACL joins the Asian Pacific American Media Coalition in issuing our annual report card for Asian Pacific American diversity for the 2017-2018 television season.

JACL executive director, David Inoue emphasizes the importance of Asian Pacific American re...

Join us for Social Hour with the National Defense University - 3:30 P.M. May 1st

The San Diego JACL is honored to host an educational workshop for the National Defense University’s International Fellows Program, a US Department of Defense program that allows top-ranking...

Calling all members and friends, let’s mix and mingle! 


Seven organizations – Japanese American Citizens League, Japan Society of San Diego and Tijuana, San Diego Japanese Business Association, Asian Business Association, UCSD Alu...

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