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Japanese American Service Committee, Chicago

A social services agency for the Chicago Japanese community with occasional exhibits of interest, such as a collection of photos and art relating to internment camps during World War II.

A social services agency for the Chicago Japanese community with occasional exhibits of interest, such as a collection of photos and art relating to internment camps during World War II. Festivals and cultural events also pop up from time to time.


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About Japanese American Service Committee

 4427 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 773-275-7212

 www.jasc-chicago.org

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