Helen Yasuda's survival of the Japanese Internment camps

Helen Yasuda's survival of the Japanese Internment camps
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This cartoon is about the story of Karen and her family's survival of the Japanese Internment Camps.

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  • Grab your things and line up with the rest of "Your People" Outside. NOW!
  • Mommy, where are we going?
  • Hush Karen!
  • I'm so SCARED!!!
  • This place is awful!!!
  • When is the food being served, i'm starving!
  • I miss mum.
  • Helen Yasuda and her family (as well as thousands of other Japanese) were forced out of their homes.
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  • Hurry home kids, we've got a  bunch of work to do!
  • Bye, ma.
  • Ma, when are we going to eat?!
  • The Yasuda's rode into cramped cars to the Fresno Assembly Center, and then they were sent to the camps.
  • Soon Hun.
  • The women had to share rooms together with no privacy and little space.
  • Come back inside father!
  • Helen and her brother Henry were allowed to go to school but usually had to come home after school to work hard long shifts. (they were truck farmers).
  • The Yasuda's ate dinner at the "Mess Hall" where they had no choice in what they ate, and dined in an unclean environment.
  • Helen's mother, requested a departure from camp, to stay with relatives in Utah, but sadly, her father got sick, so they were forced to return.
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