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Blacks In L.A Moved To Little Tokyo When The Japanese Were Sent To Internment Camps

Los Angeles, CA–“When the Japanese were forced into internment camps during WW2, many blacks moved into these vacated areas of little Tokyo which would become known as Bronzeville. Bronzeville in downtown Los Angeles existed for about three short years in the 1940s.”

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