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Respect Beloved Community

Erin Shigaki

These three Japanese American girls pictured in their Brownie uniforms, spent their early childhoods incarcerated in an American concentration camp without due process of law. (c. 1950, courtesy of the Hayashida Family Collection, Densho.)

Part of the ASIAN AMERICAN NATIVE HAWAIIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER WOMEN ARTISTS UNITED Graphics package. For all the graphics in a zip folder check the post with the above title .

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A black and white photograph of three young girls saluting and wearing 1940s-style dresses and hats. They are placed on a colorful background of purple, gold, and dark green fan-shapes.  Text below, in gold, states: “RESPECT BELOVED COMMUNITY.” In smaller text: “These three Japanese American girls pictured in their Brownie uniforms, spent their early childhood incarcerated in an American concentration camp without due process of law.”



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