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Wayne M. Collins (1900-July 16, 1974) was a civil rights attorney
who worked on cases related to the Japanese American evacuation and
internment.Collins was born in Sacramento, California and was
raised and educated in San Francisco.Politically liberal, he became
a leader in the legal fight against persecution of Japanese
Americans, during and after World War II, even enlisting a number
of conservative colleagues (such as attorney Ted Tomba) to work
with him.With Ernest Besig of the Northern California ACLU, Collins
led Fred Korematsu's constitutional challenge to the Internment
beginning in 1942, and culminating before the U.S. Supreme Court
(Korematsu v. United States) in 1944.
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