Third grade teacher Joanne Kataoka tells her students about her uncle, Fred Korematsu, two days before California’s first Fred Korematsu Day on January 30, 2011. Kataoka received a free teaching kit from the Korematsu Institute. Photo taken at Lorenzo Manor elementary school in San Lorenzo, CA. Photo by Paul Chinn/San Francisco Chronicle/Corbis

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