- As a young man, Takashi Hoshizaki was imprisoned on McNeil Island, Washington in 1944 for resisting the draft for World War II. His resistance was part of a broader legal battle for the civil rights of over 120,000 Japanese Americans, including Takashi's family, imprisoned in American concentration camps. This lesson includes a 7-minute introduction video, lesson plan notes, activities, vocabulary, and educator resources.
- U.S. History
- Middle School, High School
- Material Type:
- Activity/Lab, Lesson Plan, Primary Source, Unit of Study
- Japanese American Memorial Pilgrimages, Washington OSPI OER Project
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- Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial
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