Children at the Weill Public School for the So-called International Settlement and Including Many Japanese-Americans, Saluting the Flag. They Include Evacuees of Japanese Descent Who Will be Housed in War Relocation Authority Centers for the Duration

From The Enduring Legacy: Structured Inequality in America's Public Schools by Mark Ryan

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  • Political Science:Public Policy
  • Political Science:Race and Politics
  • Education
  • 1942-04
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  • Figure 1. Students saying the Pledge of Allegiance at the Weill Public School in San Francisco in 1942. Those of Japanese descent later were sent to relocation centers for the duration of the war.