For the previous 25 years, the JCCCNC has taken the lead in promoting and preserving the Japanese American experience and cultural heritage of our community by creating and coordinating numerous tasks. Over the primary ten years, the preservation of the sound recordings, pictures, movies, subject journals, and analysis papers and the simultaneous production of 100 CDs for Rounder Information have been mutually supportive actions, financially and technically.
The collective efforts of librarians, politicians, scholars, and atypical citizens to resist the Third Reich’s broad-scale acquisition and destruction of European cultural heritage is an object lesson for modern catastrophe administration in wartime, each in its power to remind librarians and others of the persistence of archival looting and destruction as a tactic of cultural dominance and to provide models for contemporary practices by which such losses might be prevented.
The purpose of the library is to satisfy the informational wants of the Delaware Nation as well as the surrounding neighborhood, of assets and providers obtainable to serve the leisure, informational and cultural wants of all individuals on this area.
What they usually overlook is that modernization comes at a value, particularly the loss of smaller languages, rituals, and cultural preservation. Delaware Nation started language preservation efforts during the 70’s with tribal elders from the Anadarko neighborhood.