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Pledge Allegiance

Students at Raphael Weill Public School, Geary & Buchanan Streets, San Francisco, say Pledge of Allegiance, 20 April 1942; students pictured of Japanese ancestry would soon be sent to War Relocation Authority camps (Photo: Dorothea Lange. US National Archives: 210-G-C122)

Students at Raphael Weill Public School, Geary & Buchanan Streets, San Francisco, say Pledge of Allegiance, 20 April 1942; students pictured of Japanese ancestry would soon be sent to War Relocation Authority camps (Photo: Dorothea Lange. US National Archives: 210-G-C122)

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