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Life for minorities

By: Kaleigh Brown


Sixth period
1-17- 17 to 1-25-17
Introduction
This PowerPoint is about African Americans, Hispanic,
Japanese Americans, Chinese Americans, and native
Americans, before, during, after, and now modern of the life
for minorities that they have. I will include details about all
of that mentioned up top. I will also include brief
descriptions about a lot of stuff, so I am just giving you a
heads up.
What I will include
A slide to represent African Americans before, during,
immediately after the war, and now.
A slide to represent Hispanics before, during, immediately
after the war, and now.
A slide to represent Japanese Americans before, during,
immediately after the war, and now.
A slide to represent the Chinese Americans before, during,
immediately after the war, and now.
What I will include (cont.)
A table to represent the native Americans before, during,
immediately after the war, and now.
I will also include a thanks to whomever is reading this.
African Americans before the
war
While getting over the depression and the new deal the
war was about to start though they did not know that.
African Americans were already living in poverty, and
suffering from economic depression.
African Americans interviewed former slaves for the works
project administration.
Over 2.5 million African American men registered for
ARMY, air force, NAVY, marine corp. and coast guard.
Hispanics before the war
Hispanics were led to considerable progress before the
war, then brought back down with the war and other
things.
The Hispanics were making progress in derogating in
public institutions and reducing racial tensions.
Hispanics found openings in military as drafts or any
opening spots there, which there were many open spots in
any part of the military.
Japanese Americans before the
war
17 year olds were going to school to draft into the war, the
Japanese Americans wanted to fight for their country.
Japanese Americans took the duty of putting on a rant
cluster all the japs in California near, that was a
horrible rant because they actually ran a lot of Japanese
Americans to the U.S. (California).
The curfew prohibited affected individuals from traveling
more than 20 miles away from home except to settle
affairs and wartime civilian control offices.
Chinese Americans before the
war
Chinese American immigrants have the largest population
in the united states since world war two started.
Chinese immigrants came straight here from China, when
the war started.
Some men were skilled at sugar making, at making sugar
for the war and also making sugar for anyone else in the
country because everyone needed sugar.
Native Americans before the war
Native Americans first saw war action in the pacific
theater, which was one of the only ways to see the war.
Over 300 native Americans took defense in the Bataan
death march.
The Bataan death march was right before the turning
point of the war started happening.
African Americans during the
war
The United States were giving mostly African Americans
boost economic and physiological.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt had such a desire for the
axis powers.
People had a white mans war it ended with youre a
black man, so leave me alone because there were just
racist people at that time.
This is where the racism starts in the world right now.
Hispanics during the war
Two events in Los Angeles, California called the sleepy lagoon trial and
the zoot suit trial this all has happened during the war.
As again the racial tensions are still rising, as they were, also before the war.
- The sleepy lagoon trial- The first trial occurred in January 1943, when 17
Mexican American youths were convicted of murdering a boy whose body
had been found in a reservoir known as Sleepy Lagoon.

- The zoot suit riot- The second incident erupted in June 1943, when long-
simmering tensions between white servicemen and Mexican American zoot
suiters turned into a week-long race riot
Japanese Americans during the
war
Japanese Americans had a relocation during the war.
Japanese were known for their relocation for the
ancestors during the war.
- Japanese relocation- As the war drew to a close
relocation centers were evacuated. While some people
of Japanese ancestry returned to home towns, others
began to see new surroundings.
Chinese Americans during the
war
One quarter of all Chinese-American soldiers served with
the Army or the air force.
Chinese have suffered of discrimination ever since they
started coming to the United States. But even before Pearl
Harbor, American volunteers were fighting with the
Japanese Americans in China.
Native Americans during the
war
By mid-1942, the annual enlistment for Native Americans
was approximately 7,500.
About 350,000 to 44,000 were enlisted into the military in
world war two.
On the day Pearl Harbor was attacked, about 5,000
Indians were in the service.
African Americans after the war
When African Americans got home from war they came
back to find that not only they had won but had found a
country that still did not care for them.
African Americans were mechanics for planes and tanks
and stuff during WW2 but after WW2 they worked on cars
to fix them when they got broken minor or major.
Hispanics after the war
Hispanics fought in every complete major American battle
before, during, and after the war because they feel safe in
our country.
Some, people were against the congress and most people
loved the president and people like that. So, people were
just like that and liked the congress.
Japanese Americans after the
war
The Japanese Army's forcible transfer of 76,000 American
prisoners during and after world war two in 1942. It resulted in
the deaths of thousands of prisoners including two battalions.

Japanese Americans had their relocation to internment camps


during and after world war two which meant that there was a
lot of chaos during that time because almost every Japanese
American was in this and they were moving to an internment
camp.
Chinese Americans after the war
When the United States entered World War II, about
29,000 persons of Chinese Americans were living in
Hawaii, of the United States and another 78,000 on the
mainland, which was the other 49 states. By war's end,
over 13,000 were serving in all parts of the Air Forces
and Army Air Forces.
Native Americans after the war
The Indian Service sent 1,119 of its 7,000 employees into
military service. Of these, 22 died. Only 24 returned from
captivity in Japan, where they worked in clay pits.

Native Americans discovered that their service for the war


effort had discompleted their resources without any
reward.
African Americans in modern
day
Every day, black Soldiers serve the United States. Among
many overseas operations. Today's black Soldiers follow in
the footsteps of those who have served with honor for
many years.

Slavery greatly prohibited the ability of African Americans


in America to practice their cultural traditions, and values
and beliefs, survived and over time have incorporated
elements of European American culture.
Hispanics in modern day
As Americas largest growing ethnic group, about 60 % of
people of Hispanics have type O blood compared to 50
percent of African Americans.

There are 1.1 million Hispanics that are following


footsteps of there elderly in the armed forces.