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Minoru Yasui (1917-1986) was born in Hood River, OR. He was an attorney and an activist who fought for the civil rights of Japanese Americans during World War II. Most notably, he argued about the unconstitutionality of the internment camps. During the final years of his life he worked on the case for Japanese American Redress.
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