The City of Chicago recently presented the family of the late William Hohri with a resolution recognizing Hohri for the instrumental role he played in getting restitution for Japanese Americans for their unjust incarceration in U.S. concentration camps during World War II and also for being part of the first generation of computer programmers.  Above, wife Yuriko Hohri holds the resolution signed by Rahm Emanuel, mayor of Chicago and former White House chief of staff in President Barack Obama’s administration.

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