Seattle Schools apology plaque rededicated

Seattle Schools apology plaque rededicated

The new plaque explains how after the attack on Pearl Harbor, the School Board in 1942 forced the clerks, all Japanese American women, to resign or be fired. Some parents in the district had petitioned the Board, saying the women couldn't be trusted.

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