dOUBLE VICTORY Josh Calangian - Matthew Morales - Period 4

Japanese American Struggles

SLOGAN: "Resist!"

During the war between Japan and the United States, the Japanese living in the United States were forced to leave their homes.
The photograph at the top shows the classroom before the eviction of the Japanese Americans. The photograph at the bottom shows the outcome of the eviction of the Japanese Americans.
This picture shows two people who are of Japanese descent sad due to the fact that they are being forced out of their home.
This picture shows the terminal of the interment camps the Japanese Americans were forced to stay at during the war.
This picture is of one of the Japanese internment camps.
This picture shows the Japanese during lunch time at the internment camps they were stationed at.
This picture shows the forced laborious duties the Japanese Americans had to do when they were stationed at the camps.
This picture shows the Japanese women working at the internment camps.
A picture of the another one of the Japanese Internment Camps.
Japanese Americans learning about the internment camps while being stationed at the internment camp.

Mexican American Struggles

SLOGAN: "Rise Up!"

Mexican Americans in their homes.
Mexican Americans living in harsh conditions.
Mexican American Farm Workers being sprayed by with a high pressured hose.
Mexican Americans trying to gain their citizenship.
Mexican Americans working in the fields.
Mexican Americans living in a cramped condition.
Mexican Americans reading a slip about a certain topic.
Racism towards Mexican Americans during World War II.
Mexican Americans during the war.
Mexican American Bracero farm workers.
Similarities: 1. Both faced racism and discrimination based on ethnicity and the color of their skin 2. many men had wanted to fight in the war for the u.s, but were turned away 3. both men and women of both groups fought and supported the war 4. Some had resisted and had to endure the unfortunate society and world
Differences: 1. Japanese were affected by pearl harbor and sent to internment camps 2. The number of hispanics fighting was unclear because they were never counted as a separate group 3. mexicans were not put into internment camps and did not face as much oppression the japanese had to face.

Asian Americans

How were they treated?

Answer : They were treated with contempt and as less than.

How did they respond to such treatment?

Answer: They responded to such treatment by standing up.

Did they contribute anything to the cause of the war? (WWII)

Answer: Men fought in the war. Women in internment camps also contributed in the war efforts.

What is your analysis? Opinion? Reaction to the action(s) taken by each community?

Answer: It is crazy to see how even though their race was put away, they still managed to endure and survive.

Mexican Americans

How were they treated?

Answer: They were treated with hate discrimination, and prejudice.

How did they respond to such treatment?

Answer: They responded to such actions by standing up.

Did they contribute anything to the cause of the war? (WWII)

Answer: They stood up for what was right and they defended their country.

What is your analysis? Opinion? Reaction to the action(s) taken by each community)

Answer: Our opinion is that it is great to see how much pride people had in their nation as they fought for freedom.

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