Format Title Collection Time Place Facility
An emotional day: speaking to Congress from the House floor (Norman Mineta Interview Segment 7) Norman Mineta Interview 1980-1989 Washington, D.C.
Becoming a citizen lobbyist (Cherry Kinoshita Segment 21) Cherry Kinoshita Interview Postwar
Being introduced to Senator Daniel Inouye (Grant Ujifusa Segment 11) Grant Ujifusa Interview I 1980-1989 Washington, D.C.
Believing in the "justice of the cause" (Angus Macbeth Segment 16) Angus Macbeth Interview 1980-1989
Changing political alignments (Grant Ujifusa Segment 7) Grant Ujifusa Interview I Postwar
Congressman Barney Frank's key role in the passage of the redress legislation (Angus Macbeth Segment 17) Angus Macbeth Interview 1980-1989
Dealing with the opposition to redress (Cherry Kinoshita Segment 25) Cherry Kinoshita Interview Postwar
Difficulties while lobbying in Congress (Rudy Tokiwa Interview I Segment 6) Rudy Tokiwa Interview I 1980-1989 Washington, D.C.
Discussion of strengths as a lobbyist (Cherry Kinoshita Segment 23) Cherry Kinoshita Interview Postwar
Discussion of the need to frame the same issue in different ways for politicians (Grant Ujifusa Interview II Segment 8) Grant Ujifusa Interview II Postwar
Donor reluctance, fundraising strategies for the redress movement (Hitoshi H. Kajihara Segment 10) Hitoshi H. Kajihara Interview 1980-1989
Encountering a particularly verbose opponent while lobbying Capitol Hill (Grant Ujifusa Segment 10) Grant Ujifusa Interview I 1980-1989 Washington, D.C.
Encountering resistant legislators during the lobbying process (Rudy Tokiwa Interview I Segment 5) Rudy Tokiwa Interview I 1980-1989 Washington, D.C.
Establishing fundraising mechanisms for the redress movement (Hitoshi H. Kajihara Segment 9) Hitoshi H. Kajihara Interview 1980-1989
Formation of Legislative Education Committee of the JACL (Grant Ujifusa Segment 9) Grant Ujifusa Interview I 1980-1989  
Fundraising strategies for the redress movement (Hitoshi H. Kajihara Segment 8) Hitoshi H. Kajihara Interview 1980-1989 California
Getting votes, what the anti-abortion movement has in common with redress (Grant Ujifusa Segment 13) Grant Ujifusa Interview I 1980-1989 Washington, D.C.
Honing a personal style of lobbying (Cherry Kinoshita Segment 22) Cherry Kinoshita Interview Postwar
Importance of fundraising and a Washington, D.C. presence in lobbying efforts (Fred Hirasuna Segment 7) Fred Hirasuna Interview Postwar
Importance of the coram nobis cases to redress (Aiko Yoshinaga Herzig Segment 6) Aiko Herzig-Yoshinaga Interview I Postwar  
Internal politics surrounding the early redress movement; speech-writing and lobbying the Republicans on behalf of redress (Tomio Moriguchi Interview II Segment 9) Tomio Moriguchi Interview II 1980-1989 Seattle, Washington
Lobbying for support of redress among legislators (Fred Hirasuna Segment 8) Fred Hirasuna Interview Postwar  
National Coalition for Redress and Reparations (NCRR) lobbying efforts (Bert Nakano Segment 7) Bert Nakano Interview Postwar  
Strategies for lobbying as a veteran (Rudy Tokiwa Interview I Segment 4) Rudy Tokiwa Interview I 1980-1989 Washington, D.C.
The difficulty of convincing the U.S. government to agree to monetary reparations (Grant Ujifusa Interview II Segment 9) Grant Ujifusa Interview II Postwar