Pacific Citizen, Vol. 70, No. 1 (January 2-9, 1970)

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Selected article titles: "Senate unanimously pass Inouye Title 2 repeal bill" (p. 1); "Japanese diplomat fired for aiding Jewish refugees honored by Israel" (p. 1), "Youth rededicate Manzanar camp cemetery" (p. 1), "Sen. Inouye hopes shock, protest will trigger self-examination" (p. 2), "Three Nisei among 1,400 Americans missing in Vietnam" (p. 2), "Calif. law schools seek minority students" (p. 2), "Hosokawa to address Orange County, Issei pioneers over 80 to be honored" (p. 3), "Yellow face saying 'i'm coward' removed" (p. 3), "'Autobiography' vilifying Nikkei exposed as novel by Chicago writer" (p. 4), "Cleveland mayor lauds Issei" (p. 4), "No more rice and stew this year on Thanksgiving" (p. 5).

January 2-9, 1970



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