[ Read ] ➯ Nikkei in the Pacific Northwest Author Louis Fiset – 9tvuk.us

Nikkei in the Pacific Northwest Challenging The Notion That Nikkei Individuals Before And During World War II Were Helpless Pawns Manipulated By Forces Beyond Their Control, The Diverse Essays In This Rich Collection Focus On The Theme Of Resistance Within Japanese American And Japanese Canadian Communities To Twentieth Century Political, Cultural, And Legal Discrimination They Illustrate How Nikkei Groups Were Mobilized To Fight Discrimination Through Assertive Legal Challenges, Community Participation, Skillful Print Publicity, And Political And Economic Organization.Comprised Of All New And Original Research, This Is The First Anthology To Highlight The Contributions And Histories Of Nikkei Within The Entire Pacific Northwest, Including British Columbia.

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[ Read ] ➯ Nikkei in the Pacific Northwest  Author Louis Fiset – 9tvuk.us
  • Paperback
  • 360 pages
  • Nikkei in the Pacific Northwest
  • Louis Fiset
  • English
  • 27 April 2019
  • 0295984619

10 thoughts on “Nikkei in the Pacific Northwest

  1. says:

    Very good collection, particularly the essays on Jimmie Omura, the Hirabayashis and the BC voting rights The Eric Muller essay on the Minidoka resisters trial was redundant with Free to Die for Their Country.

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