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Day of remembrance
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2016 Japanese American Internment Pearl Harbor Local racism National racism Hasegawa farm See how we all look alike Issei men being arrested by FBi Poster Location of wra camps ID: 541235 Download Presentation

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Day of remembrance2016

Japanese American

InternmentSlide2

Pearl HarborSlide3

Local racismSlide4
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National racismSlide6

Hasegawa farmSlide7

See how we all look alikeSlide8

Issei men being arrested by FBiSlide9

PosterSlide10

Location of wra “camps”Slide11

Just what you can carrySlide12

CHILDREN WERE NOT EXEMPTSlide13

Getting ready to get on the trainSlide14

PostonSlide15

Not a very friendly place Slide16

Court Challenges

Minoru

Yasui

, March 26, 1942 – challenged the curfew on West Coast Japanese.

Gordon K. Hirabayshi

, May 11, 1942 – refused, on Christian principles, to obey evacuation order.

Fred

Korematsu

, May 30, 1942 – challenged the evacuation order, asking “is this a racial issue?”

Mitsuye

Endo

, September12, 1942 – fired from her state job and unlawfully imprisoned; filed a

habeus

corpus

petitionSlide17

campSlide18

Behind barbed wireSlide19
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The guard towerSlide21
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Questions 27 and 28

Are you willing to serve in the armed forces of the United States of America and faithfully defend the United States on combat duty, whenever ordered?

Will you swear unqualified allegiance to the United States of America and faithfully defend the United States from any and all attack from foreign or domestic forces, and forswear any form of allegiance or obedience to the Japanese emperor, or any other foreign government, power or organization?Slide30
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