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Various newspaper articles and clipping compiled by the War Relocation Authority about Japanese Americans written in February, 1944. Includes article about Patrick Noda, a Japanese American teacher and principal in a small school in Galt, Iowa. Article itself uses many stereotypes and problematic language to describe Principal Noda. Articles on Nisei bravery and successes on the war front; a discussion on the racial slur "Jap"; a Japanese-American serviceman condemning the strike at Tule Lake Camp; and Nisei women serving in the Women's Army Corps (WAC) The War Relocation Authority (WRA), together with the Wartime Civil Control Administration (WCCA), the Civil Affairs Division (CAD) and the Office of the Commanding General (OFG) of the Western Defense Command (WDC) operated together to segregate and house some 110,000 men women and children from 1942 to 1945. The collection contains documents and photographs relating to the establishment and administrative workings of the (WDC), the (WRA) and the (WCCA) for the year 1942.
Clippings 12 pages, typescript with printed photographs application/pdf
Identity and values--Japanese American identity Race and racism--Discrimination Race and racism--discrimination Race and racism--Stereotypes Identity and values--Women Identity and values--Nisei Education--Secondary education World War II--Military service World War II--Support from the non-Japanese American community World War II--Resistance and dissidence--Segregation and Tule Lake World War II--Incarceration camps--Conflicts, intimidation, and violence--Tule Lake strike Journalism and media--Mass media
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