Christmas 1941 in Boyle Heights, and the Japanese Internment

Image: Persons of Japanese ancestry from San Pedro, California, arrive at the Santa Anita Assembly center in Arcadia, California, in 1942. From the article linked below.

Reblogging this to I want my readers to learn about this terrific blog, There is so much in the news about immigrants and “foreigners” I think this is a story we need to┬áremember right now.

May the day never come again when the United States commits itself to such a hateful program.

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Rabbi Ruth Adar is a teaching rabbi in San Leandro, CA. She has many hats: rabbi, granny, and ham radio operator K6RAV. She blogs at and teaches at Jewish Gateways in Albany, CA.

One thought on “Christmas 1941 in Boyle Heights, and the Japanese Internment”

  1. This is interesting to read. I discussed the Japanese Internment with some of my students awhile back. This can never happen again.

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