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Dr. George Buzzy said it best when he stated, “our culture is different than it used to be” (Buzzy, 2011) and to have the ability to deal with the multicultural differences and diversities that now exist in each and every community, the criminal justice system needs to be able to adapt and grow with the changes. Since communication is one of the most important factors both in the courts and police departments it would be only natural that they take on the responsibility of hiring those that are bilingual in order to be able to communicate with those that come into contact or enter the justice system. Learning about the different cultures and their values and beliefs because they “have a significant impact on the justice system” (Schmalleger, 2015, p. 26). 1 Corinthians 14: 10 “There are doubtless many different languages in the world, and none is without meaning” (Holy Bible ESV), this can also apply to the different cultures that make up this great nation. Taking the time and effort to learn more about these differences can prevent a lot of bias and stereotyping that most people accuse the police departments and courts of being guilty of.
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Reason as to why he spoke continued- “Reconstruction and Its Aftermath.” Reconstruction and Its Aftermath, a Part of the African American Odyssey Exhibition, Is about the Difficulty Free Blacks Faced during the Reconstruction Period., memory.loc.gov/ammem/aaohtml/exhibit/aopart5.html. Accessed 26 Apr.
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February 19, 1942. About two months after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which allowed for the legal internment of Americans with Japanese ancestry living on the west coast. FDR and the U.S. Army claimed it was out of military necessity and to defend California, Oregon, and Washington from another Japanese attack. There were no exceptions. Lawyers, doctors, business people, and even wounded Japanese American war veterans were sent to internment camps (Marrin 97-98).
Van Reynolds 1st Japanese Internment DBQ Japanese internment was one of the darkest parts of are history as America. Conditions in some camps were horrible and the question of whether it was even constitutional are not is a whole other story. Even the reasons why Japanese were imprisoned was foolish and horrible.
The cause of the internment was due to the unlawful decisions made by the federal cabinet. In the year of 1985, the national association of Japanese Canadians (NAJC), seek the Mulroney government to negotiate a settlement plan about the war measures act. It was finalized in 1988 as it was agreed that the war measures act to be replaced by the emergencies act which then became part of the law. This act focuses on “prohibiting discriminatory emergency orders and permits the parliament to override emergency orders of the government after any emergency.” In contrast to the war measures act, the emergencies act declared that any emergency by the cabinet must be reviewed and approved by parliament and secondly, any temporary laws made under the act