Japanese Americans--California--Social conditions--20th century
Japanese Americans—Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
The yellow and black poster features drawings of groups of workers in protest, a CANE (Committee Against Nihonmachi Eviction)
logo, street signs naming Laguna and Sutter streets in Japantown, protest signs, an eviction notice, a reference to Manzanar
and a guard tower, a young girl wearing an internment identification tag while sitting on top of a suitcase, and barbed wire.
The poster states, "Take up the struggle, demand our full right! A part of our historical struggle."
General Physical Description note:
19 x 25 in.
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