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Fred Korematsu - When Justice Failed

Fred Korematsu was forced into an internment camp during WWII. The reason? He was of Japanese ancestry.

The federal government decided that Fred, and about 112,000 other individuals of Japanese ancestry, were a risk to the United States and other American citizens. They were all rounded-up, forced to leave their homes and businesses, sent to gathering places and then "resettled" in internment camps.

This was a time, during World War II, when American Justice failed not just one person but many thousands of people. at the same time and for the same reason.


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