The Intergenerational Health Effects of Forced Displacement: Japanese American incarceration During WWII

[ad_1] Yves here. This article examines the health costs of the removal of entire populations from their communities. The case study is the interment of Japanese Americans during World War II. On average, they stayed over 3 years in disease-ridden prison camps. After release, they also suffered from reduced economic circumstances, due to the seizure … Read more