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Title TREK
Subject Internment of Japanese Americans, 1942-1945; Japanese American Evacuation and Relocation, 1942-1945
Description Newspaper published by the internees at Topaz Japanese Internment Camp.
Date 1943-02
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Digitization Specifications Scanned and OCR'd by a colleague of Jane Beckwith. University of Utah received JPEG images approximately 700x900 pixels with associated text files.
Source Original journal: TREK
Contributing Institution Topaz Museum, PO Box 241, Delta, Utah 84624
Language eng
Rights Management Digital version, copyright 2004 Topaz Museum. All rights reserved.
Metadata Cataloger Kenning Arlitsch
ARK ark:/87278/s6vh5mtj
Setname tc_tm
Date Created 2004-09-03
Date Modified 2004-09-03
ID 341494
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6vh5mtj

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Description i . - r - -*MI U-- the press in the areas of evacuation and has passed into the hands of the press in the areas in which resettlement must take place. That the papers of the mid-dlewestern and eastern states, from which most of the recent favorable commentary on the Japanese problem originates, are taking fair and intelligent editorial stands can be taken as a good augury of the general public receptive-ness toward evacuees in those areas. Certainly, a hostile press in any section of the country would make resettlement in that section infinitely more difficult or even impossible. But if the success of the relocation program as a whole is primarily equated to the matter of general public acceptance of the evacuee population, the final test of its practicability lies in the extent to which large numbers of evacuees will be able to make suitable lives for themselves outside the centers, economically and with respect to the attainment of normal social satisfactions. Adequate employment for those who must earn livelihoods for themselves and their dependents, opportunity for higher education and specialized training for those who seek them and successful integration into the American social pattern--these are the prime desiderata which must be fulfilled if relocation is to be considered as something more than the mere dispersal of a concentrated minority group. Relocation in terms of employment is a story which is just beginning to unfold, A small trickle of evacuees has already left the various VfflA centers to take up work on the outside, but the task of augmenting that preliminary flow to embrace as many as possible of the 5
Format application/pdf
Resource Identifier 007_pg5.jpg
Source Original journal: TREK
Setname tc_tm
Date Created 2004-09-03
Date Modified 2021-05-06
ID 341452
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6vh5mtj/341452