Pacific Citizen, Vol. 67, No. 24 (December 13, 1968)

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Pacific Citizen 1968 Collection

Selected article titles: "San Francisco State issue splits Nisei community" (p. 1), "Hayakawa keeps his word by reopening strike-ridden college" (p. 1), "Japanese ethnic studies sought" (p. 1), "NIMH continues support of JACL history project" (p. 1), "Kaisha family children study Nihongo to insure native tongue not forgotten" (p. 1), "15 demands of San Francisco State posted by striking college students" (p. 2), "Japanese communities warned on invasion of swindlers from Japan" (p. 3).

December 13, 1968

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  • Enomoto, Jerry
  • Hayakawa, S.I.
  • Satow, Masao
  • Shimada, Ozzie
  • Masaoka, Mike
  • Murayama, Tamotsu
  • Takahashi, Harry
  • Hosokawa, Bill
  • Hatate, Al
  • Wakiji, George
  • Okamoto, Yoichi
  • Dohzen, Patti
  • Okada, Hiroko
  • Hayashi, Don
  • Gima, Richard
  • Yamauchi, Gary
  • Honda, Harry K.
  • Henry, Jim
  • Ogawa, Elmer
  • Kumamoto, Alan
  • Nikaido, Roger

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