We're at war, we're at war, we can't start a Japanese club. My gosh, they were just going to take her that day. And then the four of us were in the one bedroom, very tight quarters. Yes, and then another big concentration was on North Avenue and Clybourn. No, I think some of the people from Boyle Heights went into Manzanar 8. Furthermore, he knew that the family and community occurrences that he was observing were endemic among Japanese Americans during the early postwar years, whether in San Diego or elsewhere. They were real up on the Friends, Quakers, you know.
It could have been where two of them slept there.
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I used to take the First Street bus, no, it was a streetcar then. In those days, they wouldn't even let my mother go to the funeral because you had to stay home for six weeks or something after birth. When reflecting upon some of the key personalities associated with the Redress Movement--Michi Nishiura Weglyn, of New York; Minoru Yasui, of Denver; William Hohri, of Chicago; Grace Uyehara, of Philadelphia--we implicitly grasp that there is an integral relationship between resettlement and redress. My mother also was a graduate of a university in Japan. From here, the city is divided into quadrants.