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 ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN WAR HEROES
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                     TEACHING CULTURAL UNDERSTANDING AND TOLERANCE.
THE AMERICAN RAINBOW MOBILE MUSEUM
THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN
"I'm proud of my Asian American heritage and being able to blend the two cultures together and to learn from each is fulfilling. I feel the values and traits of my Japanese ancestors have been instilled in me through my parents and grandparents, and I know their sacrifices paved the way for me to live the American dream."- Kristi Yamaguchi, Olympic Gold Medalist
Asian Americans Who Have Made a Difference
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Over 2,000 Native Hawaiians served in the United States Army during World War II. When the Hawaiian National Guard was mobilized in 1940, 28 officers and 732 enlisted men were listed as being of Hawaiian or part-Hawaiian ancestry. According to Selective Service records, another 1,434 were inducted through 1946. Because of extensive inter-marriage before the war, many more soldiers with partial Hawaiian ancestry were reported as belonging to other racial groups. Of all men drafted in the Hawaiian Islands, an estimated 12 percent were Native Hawaiians or part-Hawaiian.ver 2,000 Native Hawaiians served in the United States Army during World War II. When the Hawaiian National Guard was mobilized in 1940, 28 officers and 732 enlisted men were listed as being of Hawaiian or part-Hawaiian ancestry. According to Selective Service records, another 1,434 were inducted through 1946. Because of extensive inter-marriage before the war, many more soldiers with partial Hawaiian ancestry were reported as belonging to other racial groups. Of all men drafted in the Hawaiian Islands, an estimated 12 percent were Native Hawaiians or part-Hawaiian.
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Enrique Ostrea
Duke Kahanamoku
Dr. Feng Shan Ho
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