Join JASC and AnimeChicago in a celebration of Japanese pop culture! Thursday, October 26, 2017 6:30 pm to 10:00 pm 4325 N. Ravenswood, Chicago General Admission $15. At-Door $20. VIP Tickets $25. At-Door $30. 21+ kowainite.eventbrite.com
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Join us for the 2017 JASC Health Fair! Click Image for more information!
Latest newsletter with updates on the latest things happening at JASC! Click on image for more!
Support JASC thought our Silent Auction and Raffle. Click image for more information.
Japanese American Service Committee is excited to be a part of this exhibit with the Alphawood Gallery: Then They Came for Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans During WWII and the Demise of Civil Liberties.
JASC is now accepting applications for our Spring 2017 scholarships! Applicants must be current high school seniors or enrolled in college. Click here for more information.
The JASC Legacy Center Presents A “Memories of Now” Seminar Series Presentation JAPANESE AMERICANS IN PREWAR CHICAGO: The Great Unknown
The Japanese American Service Committee (JASC) strongly condemns the recent signing of an executive order by President Trump that indefinitely halted the ability of Syrian refugees to enter the U.S., and which temporarily suspended the entry of people from seven-Muslim majority countries.
75 Years Since Executive Order 9066 Day of Remembrance: A Time for Action (click photo for flyer and more information)
In a news interview with FOX News anchor Megyn Kelly on Wednesday, Carl Higbie,head of the pro-Trump PAC Great America, suggested that the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II provided a “precedent” for the “Muslim Registry” proposed by President-elect Donald Trump.