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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 WWII InfoGraph Japanese Internment Japanese Internment Japanese people were given between 2 days and 2 weeks to pack up asmuch as they could intosuitcases and to leave for these camps. Conditions were packed, since closeto 130,000 Japanese men,women, and children weremoved If they owned businesses,it didn't matter. They had to sell them and get out. Theywere given ridiculously low prices for their items, butthey had no choice but to take whatever money they could get. Mexican Americans Mexican Americans The Bracero Program was crucialwas crucial to America. Braceromeans "strong arms," and wasput in place to get workers fromMexico to do the dirty jobs theU.S didn't want to do. Around 150,000- 200,000 Mexican Workers came over to work. Mexican Americans were verylooked down upon in Americansociety. They dressed up insuits called zoot suites as a waytaking pride in their heritage. Americans were fired up after a American man was reported beingassaulted by a young male in a zoot suit. They then poured intoMexican neighborhoods and attacked anyone wearing zoot suits Women and WWII Women and WWII Women took a very large part in the work force during WWII. They began to fill inthe factories as all the men left to go to serve. Thesewomen were known as Rosy the Riveters. Rosy the Riveter was initiallya painting done by NormanRockwell. This painting wasused to motivate women to fill in the jobs men usually did. This campaign worked,and women streamed into factories to increase wartimeproductions and help the menoverseas
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