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Opponent of Japanese-Americans' WII Treatment to Be Honored

Relatives of a civil rights attorney being honored posthumously with a Presidential Medal of Freedom for challenging treatment of Japanese Americans during World War II are alarmed by recent opposition to Syrian refugees resettling in the U.S.   Sixty-four-year-old Laurie Yasui, of Kansas City, said her father, Minoru Yasui, would be "stomping his feet and shaking his fist" at the political response to the Paris attacks. She and other relatives will be at the White House on...

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