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Unformatted text preview: ASAMST 20A: Week 7 Lecture 04/03/2008 17:21:00 Asian Americans, Racial formation, and WWII Mary Paik Lee recalled how even after all the Japanese were taken away to concentration camps, other Orientals were subject to all kinds of violence. They were afraid to go out at night; many were beaten even during the da. Their cars were wrecked. The tires were slashed, the radios and batteries removed. Some friends driving on the highway were stopped and their cars overturned. It was a bad time for all of us Korean Americans and Chinese Americans, wore badges and button that claim that they were Chinese and Koreans and not Japanese o Badges and buttons were wore to show loyal to United States Watershed of Water World II (major change from past) Employment Opportunities 1941 FDRs Executive Order 8802 prohibits racial discrimination in...
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2008 for the course ASIAN STUD 20A taught by Professor Choy during the Spring '08 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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ASAMST 20A Week 7 Lecture 1-2 - ASAMST 20A: Week 7 Lecture...

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