Pacific Citizen, Vol. 61, No. 16 (October 15, 1965)

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Selected article titles: "L.A. Mexicans Deny Anti-Negro Feelings High" (p.1), "History Project: Yakima Indian Lands Farmed by Issei" (p.1-2), "Against the KKK in Bogalusa" (p.1-2), "New Immigration Law" (p.2), "Peace Corps Allays Fear and Prejudice in Ghana" (p.3), "Less Pressures on Sansei Attributed to Their Decline" (p.4), "Youth Welfare-Delinquency Prevention Conference Nov. 6 at L.A. County Hall Set" (p.4), "U.S. Minorities Able to Take Refuge in Own Culture, but Negroes Are Unable" (p.5).

October 15, 1965



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