In the late 1960s
When did cries for redress, or compensation, from the Japanese Americans begin to emerge?
Money and apologies cannot make up for injustice
What did President Bush state in his letter?
what Yoshiko packed in a suitcase when the FBI came
A summary of this article would mention all of the following except________.
Japanese Americans looked like the enemy.
Why did the American government fear the Japanese Americans?
summarize important points from the text.
The note cards on the right side of each page_____.
condition of being kept or shut out
Person in government who orders laws to be carried out
Statement that one is sorry for doing something wrong.
Time in the evening after which certain people are not allowed to be out on the street.
walled space in a barn for a horse or cow
payment given to make up for a loss
During ___, Japanese Americans were not allowed outside during specific times.
After the injustice that was done to them, the Japanese Americans demanded monetarty ($$$) _____.
Executive Order 9066 allowed for the ____ of people from any area, like the West Coast, that the military chose.
The Japanese Americans received $20,000 and a(n) ____ for the injustices that were done to them.
The ____ branch of government (president) orders the laws to be carried out.