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Mama, mama, today in school we watched a documentary on Pearl Harbor. But at the end, people were whispering and pointing at me.
oh my darling! I am so sorry this happened. Sometimes, you have to ignore people's foolishness and keep your head up. There are things that happened in the past between our race an the Americans. But, it's not your fault.
During World War II, Japanese Americans, despite their citizenship were suspected of treason after the Pearl Harbor attack. As a result, they were coerced to move into relocation camps based upon the Executive Order 9066. They had to leave everything behind, and start a new life.
Many years later, after laws were established.....a descendant of Fred Korematsu, the only Japanese-American who decided to not relocate and fight for his rights, experienced a similar dilemma in school.
Michael tells his mother the account of what occurred today in school.
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