Despite a lack of institutional acknowledgment, evidence from the lives of camp residents and staff members like Stanley Hayami, Jiro Onuma, and Karon Kehoe demonstrates that queer people did exist in the Japanese internment camps.
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Primary Source: “Strange Fruit” Recorded by Billie Holiday (1939) Discussion Questions What was the major social impact of the Great Migration? Identify the major push and full factors of movement? How does Strange Fruit use imagery to explore the South as a place of terror? Want more of “The Show Must Go On” series? Click below to… MORE
Since their inception, the mutual programs of the 1940s were created as secondary to individual private homeownership, which has persisted as the dominant model in the decades since. While mutual or cooperative housing has taken various forms, the term typically denotes a buyer purchasing a share in a not-for-profit mutual association where the association (made up of the residents) owns and controls the houses and land.