Remembering Manzanar Internment Camp, 70 Years Later

Remembering Manzanar Internment Camp, 70 Years Later

The gates of some of those camps were thrown open by troops who were Nisei, Japanese-American soldiers like Munemori and Inouye, many of whom had kin of their own held behind barbed wire in remote locations of inner America. While our legacy of …

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