• Creator
  • Civil Liberties League
  • Created Date
  • ca. 1942
  • Description
  • The Civil Liberties League was made up of a group of Japanese internees at Minidoka dedicated to upholding the rights of their community throughout the internment process. The flier discusses the league's fundraising campaign and notes that contributors can choose whether their donation goes towards Minoru Yasui's defense fund or to the General League Fund. Donations made to the general fund "will have many purposes in its use: 1. To aid in fi... more
    The Civil Liberties League was made up of a group of Japanese internees at Minidoka dedicated to upholding the rights of their community throughout the internment process. The flier discusses the league's fundraising campaign and notes that contributors can choose whether their donation goes towards Minoru Yasui's defense fund or to the General League Fund. Donations made to the general fund "will have many purposes in its use: 1. To aid in fighting any court case in which our citizenship status and rights are affected. (Such as the Native Sons of the Golden West suit affecting voting rights. 2. To purchase supplies for correspondence, and for educating the nisei and issei public as to their responsibilities as citizens. 3. To transfer unexpected funds and the supporters of the League to any organization which may be formed in existence at the present time, or which may be formed, whose policy coincides with that of this Civil Liberties League, and who can carry out the education... less
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