Nearly half of the 68 civilians killed on Pearl Harbor day were Japanese American and the Hawaii Territorial Guard, which mobilized the morning of December 7 was largely made up of Nisei, the children of Japanese immigrants. That was before they were incarcerated for being Japanese.
Two-thirds of women behind bars in the US are mothers of children under the age of 18, and even a short stint in jail can cause them to lose their jobs, housing and kids. Here are four ways to help prevent that.
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