Japanese American Citizens League
The Japanese American Citizens League was founded in 1929 and is known as the largest and oldest Asian American organization in the United States. Issues that enhance and/ or threaten the civil, and human rights and implements strategies to positively effect social change is being monitored and is responded to by the JACL especially in th Asian Pacific American community.

Fred Korematsu Institute
This institute furthered the civil rights of Japanese Americans and Pacific Islanders with education, activism, and leadership development. In 1984, Fred Korematsu's incarceration case was overturned. His forty year struggle for justice was over.

National Coalition for Redress and Reparations
This organization is known as NCRR. It watched over the Civil Liberties Act of 1988. This act gave the remaining Japanese Americans, that had been incarcerated, an apology and money for being in the camps. Each person had to have been a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident alien. This is also a concern today. We don't want the liberties or rights of our citizens violated because of actions from other nations.82,220 people got the apology and money.