From J-Wiki

Founded in 1929, the Japanese American Citizens League is the oldest and largest Asian American civil rights organization in the United States. Through the decades, the JACL has advocated issues to benefit the progress of Japanese Americans and Asian Americans in combating prejudice and bigotry. Following is a chronology of important events and milestones in the history of the JACL and the Japanese American community.

This is included in a collection of wiki entries referenced in the canonical Gen X Nikkei thought-piece 101 Ways to Tell You’re Japanese American by Tony Osumi and Jenni Kuida, published in 1996.