We strive to preserve and promote our heritage and understanding of the Japanese American experience as an integral part of Colorado and American history through a number of educational offerings.
Our Legacy Center is committed to the preservation and promotion of our heritage. Understanding the Japanese American experience is an integral part of Colorado and American history. Our speakers provide insight into the forced removal, incarceration and redress of the Japanese Americans during World War II. We can tailor our presentations to meet the needs of you audience from elementary students to adult seniors.
For more information or to bring a speaker to your organization, please contact: info@JARCC.org
Amache Concentration Camp
In its role as resource center, JARCC offers a speakers bureau covering subjects that include talks on community issues such as the Amache concentration camp located in southeastern Colorado.
JARCC members served on an advisory committee to History Colorado Center as they prepared the Amache barracks mock-up at its facility located at 12th and Broadway in downtown Denver. JARCC members participate in organizing the annual community Pilgrimage to Amache in May of each year.