Refusing Loyalty: Japanese American Incarceration, the U.S. Government's Racialized Construction of Citizenship, and My Grandfather's Fight for Justice.

Tsuboi, Joseph R.

2018

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  • My grandfather, Tadamichi "Joe" Tsuboi, was second-generation Japanese American, born in Covina, California in 1921. Because of early twentieth-century exclusionary naturalization laws that forbade his first-generation parents from attaining U.S. citizenship statuses, my grandfather was educated in Japan to maintain roots in the United States and in Japan. Yet, when Pearl Harbor was bombed in Dece... read more
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