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Fred Korematsu
Fred Korematsu
Former horse stalls converted for temporary occupation by Japanese American internees at Tanforan Assembly Center, San Bruno, California, 1942
Former horse stalls converted for temporary occupation by Japanese American internees at Tanforan Assembly Center, San Bruno, California, 1942
Fred Korematsu and family
Fred Korematsu and family
Korematsu at a press conference regarding the coram nobis petitioned for with the federal courts
Korematsu at a press conference regarding the coram nobis petitioned for with the federal courts
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Internment of Japanese Americans
Internment of Japanese Americans
Tatsuro Masuda, a Japanese American, unfurled this banner in Oakland, California the day after the Pearl Harbor attack. Dorothea Lange took this photo
Tatsuro Masuda, a Japanese American, unfurled this banner in Oakland, California the day after the Pearl Harbor attack. Dorothea Lange took this photograph in March 1942, just before his internment.
A child is "Tagged for evacuation", Salinas, California, May 1942. Photo by Russell Lee.
A child is "Tagged for evacuation", Salinas, California, May 1942. Photo by Russell Lee.
A Japanese American shop, Asahi Dye Works, closing. The notice on the front is a reference to Owens Valley being the first and one of the largest Japa
A Japanese American shop, Asahi Dye Works, closing. The notice on the front is a reference to Owens Valley being the first and one of the largest Japanese American detention centers.