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7, 1941, according to former commerce secretary Norman Mineta. Mineta, who lived in San Jose, was just 11 when he and his family were sent to live in an internment camp in Heart Mountain, Wyo. For decades, though, census officials denied that they had played any role in providing information. Americans
As a division Base Manager she oversaw a wide range of maintenance functions including rebuild, automotive, maintenance training, electronics, and the body shop. In 2016, Raya completed her Master of Science in Transportation Management from the Norman Mineta Transportation Institute at San ...
In 1978, California Congressmen Robert Matsui of Sacramento and Norman Mineta of San Jose introduced a bill for redress, declaring the removal and incarceration of American citizens unconstitutional. Most Americans had never heard this information. Roy wrote articles in the Citizen of the danger ...
Every May, the APA Heritage Foundation organizes San Francisco's Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, a city-wide series of events celebrating the culture and achievements of the APA community in the Bay Area. But this year, the cultural non-profit will be adding a new element to the celebration.

Former U.S. Secretary of Transportation, Congressman and namesake of San Jose's international airport Norman Mineta dined at a downtown Morgan Hill restaurant Wednesday night. Mineta, 86--who now lives in Maryland--was in the area visiting family and longtime colleagues. The Times caught ...
Cody, Wyo. -- This year is the 75th anniversary of one of most shameful acts in American history. In 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 two months after the Pearl Harbor attack, consigning more than 110,000 Japanese-Americans on the West Coast to crudely ...
Former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta, who spent part of his boyhood at Heart Mountain and experienced that American nightmare, reveals emotionally in the film how he started crying when he visited the former camp's Interpretive Center and saw the barracks exhibit. Mineta's old friend ...
After the terrorist attacks of 9/11, then-Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta tapped Hawley to lead "Go-Teams" of government and private sector experts who tackled the task of quickly establishing a new federal agency - the TSA. Prior to his role as administrator, Hawley was Executive Vice President of Arzoon, ...
A bomb squad has been dispatched to Terminal B at San Jose Mineta International Airport in California after a suspicious package was found. The package is being described as a backpack. According to reports, no new passengers are being allowed in Terminal B at this time. All post-security passengers ...
Norman Mineta was a proud 10-year-old Cub Scout in 1942 when the U.S. government began imprisoning Japanese-Americans. Japan had bombed Pearl Harbor months earlier, and Mineta and his family became six of the 120,000 people of Japanese descent interned by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Norman Mineta went on to become a mayor, a Democratic congressman and a Cabinet secretary to two presidents. Alan K. Simpson went on to serve Wyoming as its Republican senator for 18 years. And they have returned to speak out against the racism that led to Heart Mountain's opening 75 years ago ...
Norman Mineta, the son of a prosperous Japanese-American insurance agent from California, arrived at Heart Mountain as a 10-year-old, a Cub Scout and a baseball enthusiast whose bat was confiscated because it might be used as a weapon. Despite the prisonlike environs, some parents organized a ...
Honorable Norman Y. Mineta warns the audience, “all of us have to be vigilant in protecting our constitutional rights.” Audience members from the crowd ask Mineta insightful questions about the Japanese experience and how it can relate to the Muslim experience within America now. Photos by Paola de ...

EVANSTON - Norman Y. Mineta, former U.S. Secretary of Transportation and former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, will deliver the Admiral Weber Lecture at Northwestern University at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5. Mineta, who also served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1975-1995, representing ...
Secretary Norman Y. Mineta is well known for his work in transportation – including aviation, surface transportation, and infrastructure – and national security. He is recognized for his accomplishments in economic development, science and technology policy, foreign and domestic trade, budgetary issues and civil rights, ...
Mazzoli said Simpson's life was changed, too, when he forged a friendship with Norman Mineta — a young Japanese-American boy living in an internment camp in Wyoming during WWII. The two were Boy Scouts together. Simpson never understood why Mineta, a fellow Boy Scout, had to live in the ...
She first interned and worked on Capitol Hill with Congressman Norman Mineta, and then spent 10 years with Senator Joe Lieberman ensuring his Senate operation ran smoothly. In 2007, she became the first hire to help Mrs. Obama during President Barack Obama's run for President. In 2008, Barack ...
... Continuity of Government Operations and related national security programs. Dave received many awards and accolades from the DOT and the federal government. Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta conferred the department's 9/11 Ribbon Award and subsequently the War on Terrorism Award.
Bruce Kaji and fellow 2017 JANM gala honorees (seated), with Norman Mineta, chair of the JANM board of trustees and Ann Burroughs, JANM president and CEO. Nobuyuki Okada / Courtesy of JANM. Kaji's inclusivity was also reflected in his decision to establish the museum as an institution that would be ...
Please, Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta, let my tri-axle 100,000 pound truck travel on I-95 where it belongs with the other heavy ...
The bill, signed by President Ronald Reagan, was co-sponsored by congressmen Alan Simpson and Norman Mineta, who met each other as ...
File image at Norman Mineta San Jose International Airport. Construction at Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport set off a fire alarm ...
A number of Legislators and Washington, D.C. figures with key roles in the legislative process are interviewed, including Rep. Norman Mineta ...
Norman Mineta (D-San Jose), Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians Chair Joan Bernstein, and Aiko Yoshinaga ...
... he was a Congressman at the time, former Secretary Norman Mineta, spoke out very publicly against this, as a Japanese-American himself, ...
... Oakland International Airport (OAK), Norman Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC), Sacramento International Airport (SMF) and San ...
Norman Mineta went on to become a mayor, a Democratic congressman and a Cabinet secretary to two presidents. Alan K. Simpson went on to serve Wyoming as its Republican senator for 18 years. And they have returned to speak out against the racism that led to Heart Mountain's opening 75 years ago ...
Norman Mineta, the son of a prosperous Japanese-American insurance agent from California, arrived at Heart Mountain as a 10-year-old, ...
Secretary Norman Y. Mineta is well known for his work in transportation – including aviation, surface transportation, and infrastructure – and national security.
Honorable Norman Y. Mineta warns the audience, “all of us have to be vigilant in protecting our constitutional rights.” Audience members from the crowd ask Mineta insightful questions about the Japanese experience and how it can relate to the Muslim experience within America now. Photos by Paola de ...
EVANSTON - Norman Y. Mineta, former U.S. Secretary of Transportation and former U.S. Secretary of Commerce, will deliver the Admiral ...
A number of Legislators and Washington, D.C. figures with key roles in the legislative process are interviewed, including Rep. Norman Mineta ...
Norman Mineta (D-San Jose), Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians Chair Joan Bernstein, and Aiko Yoshinaga ...
... he was a Congressman at the time, former Secretary Norman Mineta, spoke out very publicly against this, as a Japanese-American himself, ...
... Oakland International Airport (OAK), Norman Mineta San Jose International Airport (SJC), Sacramento International Airport (SMF) and San ...
Norman Mineta was a proud 10-year-old Cub Scout in 1942 when the U.S. government began imprisoning Japanese-Americans. Japan had ...
Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post Former congressman Norman Mineta, D-Calif., and former senator Alan K. Simpson, R-Wyo., share a ...
Norman Mineta was a prisoner in the Heart Mountain internment camp and Alan K. Simpson was a resident of nearby Cody. Mineta went on to ...
Norman Mineta, the son of a prosperous Japanese-American insurance agent from California, arrived at Heart Mountain as a 10-year-old, ...
As of now, Moore's report is the only information available on the project, which appears to be supported by Norman Mineta, former Secretary of ...
... Mickey Kantor and former transportation and commerce secretary and member of Congress Norman Mineta wrote in a July editorial.
11 to honor former Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta with the Frank Turner medal for lifetime achievement in transportation. Mineta was secretary from ...
Both of these meetings were attended by Norman Mineta. Mineta had a phone call with Gillmor regarding the CalTrain station parking lot project Republic ...
... former Transportation Secretaries Federico Pena and Norman Mineta—signed onto to a letter to lawmakers, saying, “With more than 60 other ...
... and the North American Free Trade Agreement, which cost millions of jobs, and Norman Mineta, also a former secretary of commerce.
Former Secretary of Transportation Norman Mineta spoke about matters important to the JACL and the Japanese American community.


 

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