An internment center where Japanese Americans were relocated in Amache, Colo., is shown on June 21, 1943. The attorney for the plaintiffs in a Washington state school-funding case compares the violation of students’ rights to a fully funded education to the violation of Japanese Americans’ rights during World War II.
An internment center where Japanese Americans were relocated in Amache, Colo., is shown on June 21, 1943. The attorney for the plaintiffs in a Washington state school-funding case compares the violation of students’ rights to a fully funded education to the violation of Japanese Americans’ rights during World War II. AP
An internment center where Japanese Americans were relocated in Amache, Colo., is shown on June 21, 1943. The attorney for the plaintiffs in a Washington state school-funding case compares the violation of students’ rights to a fully funded education to the violation of Japanese Americans’ rights during World War II. AP

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