California State University Japanese American Digitization Project: An ExhibitMain MenuIntroductionBefore the WarIssei and Nisei in the WestExecutive Order 9066Mass removalIncarcerationConcentration campsServiceNisei in the warResettlementReconstructing HomeRedressA nation makes amendsReflectionsMaking sense of it allTimelineGraphic from exhibition poster, "Timeline"Educational Guides and ResourcesRelated ResourcesList of external resources relating to the exhibit topicPrint-ready PostersDownload Print-ready posters for your eventsAbout CSUJADDescription of the CSUJAD Project and call for historical resource donations
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Legislation intended to deny citizenship and remove child custody of Chinese and Japanese immigrants was introduced through California's Alien Land Law of 1920. This compilation of arguments was advertised in newspapers by the American Committee of Justice, providing articles and information regarding the unfair treatment of Japanese and Chinese immigrants in California and citing specifically, the Committee's position against the Alien Land Law.
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