From 1942-1945, camp inmates published newspapers documenting events inside and outside the camps. Although published under the direction of the camp administration, these newspapers were important for building and maintaining a sense of community among the Japanese Americans.
The inaugural issue of Reveille includes articles about the Scout Christmas party, athletic and outdoor events, scout number changes, Lil' Neebo illustrator Chris Ishii, a call to join the scouts, a short story, and more. One article mentions 14 boy scouts saved a flag from a mob during the Manzanar riot.
Newsletter from Gila River camp, published by the Journalism Class of Rivers High. Selected articles: "Student Council Install Officers" (p. 1); "Editorial Misconduct-Unnecessary" (p. 2); "Eagles Tie for Champs" (p. 4)