Efforts to obtain employment and resettle Japanese-American citizens from Relocation Centers in the United States, during World War 2. A woman attends a Japanese-American girl in an office. Japanese-American men and women seated. A Japanese-American family at table in front of a map, discussing resettlement with an official. Japanese-Americans, who have found employment, leaving Manzanar relocation center with their families. Friends wave farewell to those who are leaving. At another location, a Japanese-American wife hugs her husband before he leaves to obtain employment so he can resettle his family. Japanese-American men getting on a bus leaving a relocation center.
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