2000 japanese leaders along pacific coast and hawaii

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2000 Japanese leaders along Pacific Coast and Hawaii interned in Dept of  Justice camps 1942:  President Franklin D.Roosevelt signs Executive Order 9066 , excluding  Japanese from all military areas, with risk of punishment 1946:  Luce-Celler Bill gives rights of naturalization and small immigration quotas  to Asian Indians and Filipinos 1947:  Chinese American veterans allowed to bring brides to USA 1949:  5000 highly educated Chinese given refugee status after China becomes a  Communist country 1956:  CA repeals alien land laws Samanta Page 2
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1965:  National quotas restricting Asian immigration abolished 1968, 1969:  San Francisco State Univ., and UC Berkeley strike for Ethnic  Studies programs 1975:  130,000 refugees enter US from Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos as these are  taken over by Communist governments 1976:  Executive Order 9066 rescinded 1978:  Huge exodus of Boat People from Vietnam 1980:  Refugee Act distinguishes between immigrant quotas, and refugees 1989:  President George Bush Sr. signs law paying surviving Japanese  Americans $20,000 in reparation for wartime internment Samanta Page 3
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