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Japanese Internment. Focus Question. Racial Profiling In a short response of one to three sentences, describe the problems and issues involved in racial profiling. Japanese Internment. Internment. Mass internment only along the West Coast Housed in remote locations

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focus question
Focus Question

Racial Profiling

  • In a short response of one to three sentences, describe the problems and issues involved in racial profiling
internment
Internment
  • Mass internment only along the West Coast
  • Housed in remote locations
    • Crude shacks and barracks
    • Limited privacy
    • Desolate locations
few ways to exit
Few Ways to Exit
  • Internees were rarely allowed to leave
    • Enlist in the armed services
    • Receive a job east of the Rocky Mountains
    • Enter a college or university east of the Rockies
  • Internment fought in Korematsu v. U.S. (1944)
reparations
Reparations
  • Internees lost hundreds of millions of dollars
    • Lost property
    • Forced sale of property
    • Lost earnings
reparations ii
Reparations (II)
  • Efforts driven by the Japanese American Citizen League (JACL)
    • Reparations authorized in 1988
    • $20,000 awarded to every surviving internee
  • Was this enough?
summary
Summary
  • In a short reply of one to three sentences, why is it important to study Japanese Internment?