Tule Lake Was A Camp Which Became A Segregation Center

It happened during World War II

(Image is author’s)

Japanese Americans and immigrants were unjustly incarcerated

Tule Lake was one of the ten American concentration camps during World War II which incarcerated Americans of Japanese descent and the Japanese immigrants in the United States. These were barbed-wire enclosures built-in remote and…

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Floyd Mori

Floyd Mori

Floyd Mori, born in Utah, is a former College Teacher, Mayor, CA State Assemblyman, Consultant, and CEO for Nonprofits. www.thejapaneseamericanstory.com.

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