b'FIGURE \x07\x0b Munio Makuuchi, Andrew Balkin (hold- FIGURE \x07 Munio Makuuchi and his son, Jamie, ca. 1994.ing son Byron), and Ari Balkin (age 4 ), August 1993December 31, 1983:Military coup in Nigeriaoverthrows the Second Republic.FIGURE \x07 Munio Makuuchi in his van, Madison, Wisconsin, ca. 1985 January 1984:Makuuchi leaves Nigeria andreturns to Madison, Wisconsin. 1986:Makuuchi moves into the Bjarnes Romnes Apartments, a public housing facility in Madison. April 28, 1988:Mary Takahashi dies.August 10, 1988:HR 442, a bill that acknowledgesthat the incarceration of Japanese Americanswas unjust, is signed into law by President Ronald Reagan. The bill, also known as the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, offers an apology and reparationpayments of $20,000 to each person who was incarcerated. October 9, 1990:The first nine redress payments are made, in a ceremony in Washington, DC. FIGURE \x07 Munio Makuuchi working on Moon Catchers at AGB Graphic Workshop, ca. 19981993:Makuuchi exhibits prints, poems, andaerogami at Edgewood College in Madison. Fall 1993:Makuuchi moves to Seattle,Washington.FIGURE \x07\x0c Makuuchi working at AGB Graphic Workshop, Verona, Wisconsin, ca. 1988 1997:Makuuchis work is included in fourexhibitions, including the Portland Art Museums International Print Exhibition, two Very Special Arts June 19, 1982:Vincent Chin, a Chinese 1982:Makuuchi exhibits prints and drawingsexhibitions (Washington, DC, and Beverly Hills, American man, is murdered in a Detroit suburbat Oduduwa Hall, the University of Ife, with anCalifornia), and Diversity in Contemporary Art: by two white auto workers. The murder drawsartistic happening introduced by Wole Soyinka. Causes & Effects at The Ohio State University, attention due to the lenient sentencing given Columbus, Ohio. to the perpetrators and results in increased February 22, 1983:CWRIC recommends redress consciousness and coalition building amongin the report Personal Justice Denied. April 1999:Granddaughter Kolby Makuuchi is Asian American communities. born.March 16, 1983:National Council for Japanese American Redress (NCJAR) files a class actionMay 29, 2000:Makuuchi dies of a heartlawsuit, seeking $24 billion in damages on behalfattack following heart surgery in Rancho Mirage,FIGURE \x07\x08 Munio Makuuchi with his granddaughter Kolby, ca. 1999of former incarcerees.California. 148 149'