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Gordon Hirabayashi

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January 04, 2012
Our country is poorer for the loss of this courageous and determined man. Mr. Hirabayashi fought a battle not only for his own rights, but for the rights of thousands of other persecuted Japanese Americans during this shameful period in American history. Thank you, Mr. Hirabayashi, and Rest in Peace.

Mary Sullivan
Atlanta, GA
January 04, 2012
Your father/husband was a great civil rights leader. I will miss him.
January 04, 2012
he was truly a profile in courage.
January 04, 2012
Gordon Hirabayashi, a name that will forever stand for justice. "Now he belongs to the ages."
January 04, 2012
Rembrance from a student at U of W,years ago , Barbara Otteson

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