San Francisco Segregation Act Of 1906

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The Chinese immigrants, however, were not the only ones to receive such hate and discrimination. This eventually spread towards Japanese and many other groups of Asian immigrants. However, instead of banning them altogether, the government just segregated them under the San Francisco Segregation order in the year of 1906. However, the Japanese government got involved and spoke out against this treatment. As a result, this would lead to the compromise of the Gentlemen’s agreement. This basically stated that the Japanese government would limit the amount of immigrants they would send to America if the government repealed the San Francisco segregation act. This is a very important event because this would not only causes tensions between the United

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