Education

Education (15)

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Pacific Citizen, Vol. 88, No. 2042 (May 11, 1979) (ddr-pc-51-18)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 88, No. 2042 (May 11, 1979) (ddr-pc-51-18)
Selected article titles: "JACL Hosts Congressional Reception on Heritage Week" (pp. 1, 11), "$9,000 Raised for Washington Post Ad Addressed to Sen. Hayakawa" (pp. 1, 11), "Hiroshima Medical Team Back in U.S. to Check on Hibakusha" (p. 3), and "Substance Determining Sex in Embryo Discovered by Ohno" (p. 3).
Portrait of Japanese boys (ddr-densho-325-191)
img Portrait of Japanese boys (ddr-densho-325-191)
The names of each boy was written on the photograph sitting is Imao [illegible] and standing is Sumito Horiuchi. At the top of the picture is a line of Japanese text. Sumito Horiuchi studied in Japan from the ages 4 to 16 then finished high school in the United States.
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 94, No. 7 (February 19, 1982) (ddr-pc-54-7)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 94, No. 7 (February 19, 1982) (ddr-pc-54-7)
Selected article titles: "EO 9066 Proclaimed 40 Years Ago" (pp. 1-2), "Immigration Raids to Continue; Ten Aliens Voluntarily Go Home" (pp. 1, 8), "Redress Phase 3: Remembering 9066" (p. 2), and "School Discipline in Tokyo Falling" (p. 5).
Pacific Citizen, Vol. 58, No. 24 (December 13, 1963) (ddr-pc-35-50)
doc Pacific Citizen, Vol. 58, No. 24 (December 13, 1963) (ddr-pc-35-50)
Selected article titles: "EDC-MDC Proposal Launching JACL Civil Rights Fund OK'd" (p. 1), "Washington Newsletter: Civil Rights Delay" (pp. 1-2), "Nagoya Teacher Apologizes for Racial Bias Among Japan Pen Pals" (pp. 1, 3), and "Kawakita Now Man Without a Country" (p. 3).
Class portrait (ddr-densho-325-195)
img Class portrait (ddr-densho-325-195)
A class portrait of an all boys school in Japan where Sumito Horiuchi was education in the 1930s.
Group portrait of Japanese boys (ddr-densho-325-190)
img Group portrait of Japanese boys (ddr-densho-325-190)
Each student's name is written on the photograph. From left to right Imao, Shiyouiti, Sumito, and Minoru. On the far right is a line of smudged Japanese text.
Roy H. Matsumoto Interview Segment 13 (ddr-densho-1000-153-13)
vh Roy H. Matsumoto Interview Segment 13 (ddr-densho-1000-153-13)
Excelling in English classes in Japan

Although Mr. Matsumoto does not identify himself as a Kibei (American-born person of Japanese ancestry sent to Japan for formal education and socialization when young and later returned to the U.S.), some of his life experiences are similar to those who do identify themselves as such.

Dormitory at Waseda University (ddr-densho-299-54)
img Dormitory at Waseda University (ddr-densho-299-54)
Caption on reverse: "FEC-49-1940. 25 March 49 / NRS Project: / Wooden dormitory near Waseda Uni- / versity showing extensive use of / wooden construction in semi-public / buildings. / Photographer - Crowe / Photograph by U.S. Army."
Elementary school class photo (ddr-densho-113-9)
img Elementary school class photo (ddr-densho-113-9)
Second row, 7th from the left: Tetsumasa Uyeda, Fumi's second oldest brother. He died in 1936.
Roy H. Matsumoto Interview Segment 15 (ddr-densho-1000-153-15)
vh Roy H. Matsumoto Interview Segment 15 (ddr-densho-1000-153-15)
Being allowed to attend a prestigious school because of family ties

Although Mr. Matsumoto does not identify himself as a Kibei (American-born person of Japanese ancestry sent to Japan for formal education and socialization when young and later returned to the U.S.), some of his life experiences are similar to those who do identify themselves ...

Roy H. Matsumoto Interview Segment 12 (ddr-densho-1000-153-12)
vh Roy H. Matsumoto Interview Segment 12 (ddr-densho-1000-153-12)
Description of middle school in Japan, involvement in compulsory military training

Although Mr. Matsumoto does not identify himself as a Kibei (American-born person of Japanese ancestry sent to Japan for formal education and socialization when young and later returned to the U.S.), some of his life experiences are similar to those who do identify themselves ...

Roy H. Matsumoto Interview Segment 10 (ddr-densho-1000-153-10)
vh Roy H. Matsumoto Interview Segment 10 (ddr-densho-1000-153-10)
Attending elementary school in Japan, encountering discrimination as an American immigrant

Although Mr. Matsumoto does not identify himself as a Kibei (American-born person of Japanese ancestry sent to Japan for formal education and socialization when young and later returned to the U.S.), some of his life experiences are similar to those who do identify themselves ...

Roy H. Matsumoto Interview Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1000-153-11)
vh Roy H. Matsumoto Interview Segment 11 (ddr-densho-1000-153-11)
A serious altercation with a Japanese schoolmate over name-calling

Although Mr. Matsumoto does not identify himself as a Kibei (American-born person of Japanese ancestry sent to Japan for formal education and socialization when young and later returned to the U.S.), some of his life experiences are similar to those who do identify themselves as such.

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