Committee against Nihonmachi eviction (cane) principles, RDA
Artist unknown, creator
Japanese Americans--California--Social conditions--20th century
The poster features a black and white drawing of a group of people situated in front of letter blocks that spell out "CANE".
Behind the group is a wrecking ball with the letters RDA written across it; the ball appears positioned to demolish CANE.
The image is framed within a black border. The text, written in English states, "Committee Against Nihomachi Eviction (CANE)
Principles: 1. To stop the dispersal & destruction of Nihomachi & keep it a small-business and residential area. 2. To uphold
the rights of residents and small business." There is also Japanese text below the image border. All text is written in black.
General Physical Description note:
13 x 20 in.
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