Lessons for Japanese

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  • The Bill of Rights and Japanese Internment - … ://www.landmarkcases.org/korematsu/questionnaire loyalty.html Loyalty Questionnaire Form Japanese American Citizens League resource guide - "Summary of Constitutional Rights Violated … your birth ever registered with any Japanese agency for the purpose of establishing a claim to Japanese citizenship? (a) If so registered … FBI searched homes of Japanese Americans often without search warrants, seeking any items identified as being Japanese. Items that appeared as contraband …
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  • Exploring United States V. Hirabayashi - … Islands. Many people feared Japanese air raids and invasion of the West Coast by Japanese forces. Attitudes to Japanese Americans went from relative … about how Japanese had not assimilated into the white population, how Japanese children attended Japanese language schools believed to be sources of Japanese nationalistic propaganda, and how many Japanese American citizens were …
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  • Reading: The Issei Immigrants and Civil Rights - … , one critical distinction between the Japanese and the Europeans. European immigrants could become naturalized citizens, but Japanese immigrants, like the Chinese who … to citizenship." The law effectively prohibited individual Japanese, and companies with a majority of Japanese stockholders, from purchasing agricultural land, and restricted … of these laws undoubtedly undermined the economic foundations of Japanese immigrant society. Japanese agricultural land ownership between 1920 and 1925 fell 44 …
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  • The Rolling Rice Cakes - … about Japan. • Show transparency of the Japanese Characters. • Show transparency of traditional clothing of the Japanese and discuss their descriptions. See website … in the middle of some rice looking like the Japanese flag. The Japanese drink a lot of green tea. Fruits are usually … it is 12,388 feet in elevation TRADITIONAL JAPANESE DRESS Kimono- a type of Japanese dress that men, women, and children wear … both were younger Poie, my dog, keeps me safe JAPANESE ALPHABET The Japanese alphabet has 48 characters RICE CAKE RECIPE Ingredients: 3 …
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  • Picturing Japanese American Internment: Dorothea Lange - … Japanese internment. Japanese Americans Interned Explore Japanese American relocation during World War II and the difficult job Dorothea Lange was ... Japanese Americans Interned Explore Japanese … instructing "all persons of Japanese ancestry" to report to assembly centers. Lange began by photographing Japanese and Japanese Americans in their homes and … hardships she was referring to. She felt forcing the Japanese and Japanese Americans into relocation centers was an unprecedented suspension of civil …
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  • Japanese Americans in Utah - … : Listen to Japanese music. Activity 2: Japanese Food Experience--Onigiri, Teriyaki Hot Dogs, Japanese rice crackers, and candy. Activity 3: Japanese Art form--Origami. Activity 4: Read popular Japanese children … . Nagata, T. (1996). Japan Town: Japanese Americans in Utah. Japanese American Centennial Committee. Sakade, F. (1953/1994). Japanese Children's Favorite Stories. Charles …
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  • Picturing Japanese American Internment: Dorothea Lange - … to Japanese internment. Launch Japanese Americans Interned Explore Japanese American relocation during World War II and the difficult job Dorothea Lange was ... Japanese Americans Interned Explore Japanese American … instructing "all persons of Japanese ancestry" to report to assembly centers. Lange began by photographing Japanese and Japanese Americans in their homes and …
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  • American Justice on Trial - … reason, the story of Japanese American internment is well worth our attention. The decision to relocate Japanese Americans raises many compelling questions … acknowledge that the rights of Japanese Americans had been violated? Did the government ever attempt to compensate Japanese Americans for wrongs suffered … of Internees During World War II: Enemy Alien Japanese," in Roger Daniels, et. al., Japanese Americans: From Relocation to Redress. Geoffrey S …
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  • Prisoner in One's Own Home - … Park and Sculpture Will Honor Japanese-Americans." 3. Develop two series of research questions regarding the Japanese internment camps during World War … / Materials: -copies of poster from 1942 announcing evacuation instructions for Japanese Americans (http://oz.net/~cyu/internment/poster.html)(one per … of "A Park and Sculpture Will Honor Japanese-Americans" (one per student) -resources on the Japanese internment camps (encyclopedias and other historic …
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  • Welcome to America! - … States, what can you do?) (Do the Japanese like to travel?) (To where do Japanese people travel?) Instructional Tips You may wish … information about creative arts, Japanese lifestyle, popular culture and many other relevant topics. Useful Internet keywords: hobbies, Japanese culture, kendama, bonsai, calligraphy … audience and respond appropriately. o Role of Japanese Visitors: Playing the role of the Japanese visitors, prepare a list of possible questions …
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