Originally published 02/16/2017
On this 75th anniversary of the order to intern Japanese-Americans, many are seeing parallels to the immigration ban
At the start of World War II, the U.S. opened 10 camps that interned 120,000 people, including the most famous one, Manzanar, in Northern California.
Originally published 12/30/2013
A proposed solar power plant is to built within three miles of Manzanar.
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