Japanese American Redress and Court Cases

Japanese American Redress And Court Cases

The following focuses on significant court cases that have shaped civil and human rights for Japanese Americans, as well as for other minorities. These cases have been the cause and/or catalyst to many changes in United States law. But mainly, they have resulted in adjusting the perception of Asian immigrants in the eyes of the American government.

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... Another case in point is that of Hohri versus the U.S ... The plaintiffs in this case were nineteen Japanese Americans and their descendants, who brought “ civil actions against the United States seeking declaratory relief and compensation for injuries sustained ... He filed the case on behalf of all the incarceration victims, claiming that apart from injuries, the prisoners suffered "summary removal from their ...

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