Pacific Citizen, Vol. 66, No. 22 (May 31, 1968)

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Selected article titles: "Equal housing opportunities in Washington state boosted" (p. 1), "Fr. Tibesar recalls JACL meeting day after Pearl Harbor incident" (p. 1), "TV writer still complains of JACL protest. Admits no Nisei has sold American secrets to Japan in wartime" (p. 1), "Cultural pluralism fits America than melting pot idea" (p. 1), "Inouye warns of long, difficult Paris meetings. Bloodshed in Vietnam to continue despite peace negotiations" (p. 2), "Japanese culture exploding on U.S. campus" (p. 3), "Are the Sansei in America fully accepted" (p. 4), "3 timely events of '68 pertain to civil rights" (p. 4), "Nisei must address its own racism" (p. 5), "New threats to civil rights seen in Sale Streets and Crime Control bill" (p. 6), "Hawaiians to vote for constitutional convention delegates; state reapportionment is main reason" (p. 8).

May 31, 1968




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