Holocaust Memorial Museum, Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian, National Museum of the Marine Corps, National Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism and the Women in Military Service for America Memorial.
What does NJAM stand for?
NJAM stands for National Japanese American Memorial
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- New Jersey Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women
- New Jersey Alliance for Informed Choice in Vaccination (Gillette, NJ)
- New Jersey Automobile Insurance Plan
- New Jersey Association for Institutional Research
- New Jersey Association of Independent Schools
- National Junior Athletics League (UK)
- New Jersey Analytical Laboratories (Pennington, NJ)
- New Jersey Association of Legal Administrators (Secaucus, NJ)
- New Jersey Association of Library Assistants
- New Jersey Association for Lifelong Learning
- New Jersey Association of Museums (Oceanville, NJ)
- National Journalistic And Media Awards
- New Jersey Association of Mortgage Brokers (Springfield, NJ)
- Not Just Another Malloc Debugger (coding project)
- National Japanese American Memorial Foundation
- New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies
- New Jersey Alliance for the Mentally Ill (now National Alliance on Mental Illness New Jersey)
- New Jersey Association of Nurse Anesthetists (Mount Laurel, NJ)
- New Jersey Air National Guard
- New Jersey Association of Non-Profit Homes for the Aging
Samples in periodicals archive:
Byline: Bill Hillburg Washington Bureau WASHINGTON - Memories tinged with pride and pain came flooding back on Friday for Southern California residents who celebrated their heritage and sacrifice at the opening of the National Japanese American Memorial on the Capitol grounds.
The memorial, expected to become an important site for visitors to Washington, is aimed at educating people about the difficult but admirable path Japanese immigrants and their descendants took during the war, according to the National Japanese American Memorial Foundation, a sponsor of the project.