OUR PROJECTS

Learn about the different NMJACL Projects happening

WHAT IS CLOE?

NMJACL is currently involved in a broad series of initiatives aimed at documenting, educating, and raising awareness of the internment of Japanese-Americans...

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CLOE – Historical Markers

Historic markers for Camp Lordsburg and Ft. Stanton have been developed by the planning board, Van Citters Historic Preservation...

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CAMP LORDSBURG

Plans for Camp Lordsburg began in January of 1942, and the camp operated as an Internment and Prisoner of War Camp from June 1942 to June 1945.

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SANTA FE CAMP

In February 1942, the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) acquired an 80 acre tract of land from the New Mexico State Penitentiary (1 1/2 miles from the center of Santa Fe)...

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FORT STANTON (OLD RATON RANCH)

In late January of 1942, 32 Japanese residents of Clovis, New Mexico, were uprooted from their homes and sent to an isolated, little-known...

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THE TIME IS NOW

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