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Has the Past Been Just?

The second lesson in Beyond Blame: Reacting to the Terrorist Attack deals with the reactions Americans had toward Japanese Americans after Pearl Harbor in 1941. You will need handouts for this lesson.
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"Beyond Blame: Reacting to the Terrorist Attacks" was developed by Education Development Center, Inc., a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving health and education around the world. The curriculum is co-sponsored by The Justice Project and the Vietnam Veterans of AmericaFoundation (VVAF).

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