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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 U.S. Japanese Internment Camps Works CitedIkeda, Tom. Japanese American interment. World Book Student. World Book, 2015. Web. 16 Jan. 2015.A&E Television Networks, LLC. FDR signs Executive Order 9066. 2014. Web. 27 Jan. 2015.. Japanese-American Relocation. 2015. Web. 23 Jan. 2015.The Independence Hall Association, LLC. Japanese-American Internment. 2014. Web. 27 Jan. 2015. Executive Order 9066 1. February 19, 1942 marks the day Franklin D Roosevelt signed the 'Executive order of 9066' (A&E Television Networks LLC). 2. Executive order 9066 is held responsible of over 110,00 removed Japanese immigrants and their U.S citizen offspring. (Ikeda). Outcome of Internment Camps 3. The Japanese-American relocation fiasco became greatly known for its unconstitutional act of racism and prejudice. (A&E Television Networks, LLC). Detainees 1. The U.S government first forced detainees into temporal camps. (Ikeda). 2. Detainees in the camps specialized in schools, hospitals, farms, etc.; detainees had the oppourtunity to request to leave to earn education, farming purposes, or to join military. (Ikeda). 1. A congressional act decided in 1982 that the internment camps were poor leadership skills and an act of prejudice. (Ikeda). 2. In 1988 'The Civil Liberties Act of 1988' launched, announcing $20,000 worth of payment to each camp survivor.(A&E Television Networks, LLC). 3. March 1946 is the date that every internment camp has shut down.(A&E Television Networks,). 4. 73,000 internment camp survivors were estimated to receive their $20,000 reward. (A&E Television Networks,). 5. Surviving prisoners of the prejudicial penitentiaries were granted reimbursements by congress in 1988. (Ikeda).
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