The Pacific Citizen, Vol. 17 No. 4 (July 31, 1943)

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Pacific Citizen 1943 Collection

Selected article titles: "WRA Names Tule Lake Camp As New Segregation Center. Size, Location and Farming Opportunities Cited Among Reasons for Choice of Site" (p. 1), "Nisei Women To Be Accepted In WAC Ranks" (p. 1), "Tule Lake Director Gives Classification Of Disloyal Group" (p. 2), "Nisei Involved in Street Fight Near Recovery" (p. 2), "Three Charged With Violation Of Land Act Law" (p. 2), "Restrictions Relaxed as Nisei Workers Strike Against Bans" (p. 3), "S.I. Hayakawa Applies Science of Semantics in Combatting Racial Attitudes and Prejudices" (p. 5), "Minidoka Camp To Remain in Use, Says WRA" (p. 7), "Procedures for Segregation of Evacuees Outlined by WRA" (p. 8).

July 31, 1943



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