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Community analysis report, no. 2 (January 1943)
Embree, John F. (John Fee), 1908-1950: author
United States. War Relocation Authority: author
Date Created and/or Issued
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California State University, Dominguez Hills, Archives and Special Collections
CSU Japanese American Digitization Project
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An issue of "Community analysis report" published by War Relocation Authority. Titled: Causes of unrest at relocation centers. It lists factors associated with occurrences of camp violence including: incarceree resentment directed at camp administration, incarceree insecurity about the future, the effects of government intrusion, loss of privacy and autonomy, the increase in social disorganization, physical conditions of camps, and extreme security conditions. Report lists "signs of trouble" to look out for by WRA staff that signal impending issues. Factors listed include beatings, development of gangs, labor issues including strikes, mess hall disputes. The report outlines what should be done if the listed signals begin to appear.
5 pages, typescript
The Japanese American Relocation Collection is composed of ephemera related to the relocation program during World War II. Items include the official government report of Manzanar Relocation Center, a photo album, post-war activism materials related to preserving and remembering the camps, various clippings, and documents. The strength of this collection is found in its many perspectives on the controversial relocation program and how it has been presented since World War II.
World War II--Incarceration camps--Impact of incarceration
World War II--Incarceration camps--Living conditions
World War II--Incarceration camps--Incarcerees
World War II--Incarceration camps--Conflicts, intimidation, and violence
World War II--Incarceration camps--Facilities, services, and camp administration
California State University, Fullerton, University Archives and Special Collections
California State University Japanese American Digitization Project
Japanese American Relocation Collection

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