Pacific Citizen, Vol. 43, No. 25 (December 21, 1956)

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Selected article titles: "Ishihara had plenty to say on any subject but himself" (p. 3), "Immigrants and an Incredible Law" (p. 4), "Nisei became aware of prejudice on Dec. 7" (p. 5), "Ken Utsunomiya: a legacy of courage and faith" (p. 6), "Interest of other Asian ancestry groups in United States necessary" (p. 7), "Six San Franciscans Named for 20-year JACL Service Honors" (p. 8), "Why civic-minded Nisei fought for Prop. 13 - Yes" (p. 10), "L.A.'s old-timer still sees future for JACL" (p. 12), "How a Community Grows" (p. 13), "Self-Preservation Principle Used to Oust Issei Farmers" (p. 13), "Share in Civic Affairs" (p. 16), "Fruit-Stand Pay Unlike Days of Yore -- Nisei Earn $118 Weekly" (p. 23), "Junior JACL Program Expanding" (p. 30), "Takimoto, Yokoyama pioneered Nisei movement in U.S. during dark days of anti-Japanese prejudice" (p. 43).

The holiday issue included advertisements bought by JACL members and chapters that included personal addresses and phone numbers to better foster communications between Japanese American communities. These addresses and phone numbers have been redacted to help protect the privacy of Japanese American communities. Please contact Densho to request the original version.

December 21, 1956



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