His family was deported from Peru to an American wartime internment camp, setting him on a mission to have the wrongs redressed. He died still waiting.
by Aziz Huq
The logic SCOTUS used to uphold the travel ban would justify Japanese internment camps.
by Shirley Ann Higuchi
This is one family’s story.
SOURCE: New Historian
A World War II-era internment camp near Heart Mountain, Wyoming, is under excavation by archaeologists keen to understand the everyday lives of the Japanese-Americans incarcerated there.
SOURCE: National Parks Traveler
It’s a national historic site, but hardly anybody visits the Idaho internment camp where thousands of Japanese Americans were incarcerated in WW II
There’s not even a visitor’s center.
SOURCE: The Hill
The White House told the Times that the designation, to be made Thursday, is meant to recognize “the fragility of civil rights during times of conflict.”
SOURCE: The Tico Times
La Tribuna, a Costa Rican newspaper, captured the surreal situation in an article dated Dec. 11, 1941 trumpeting the speedy construction of a “concentration camp” to be built in San José and designed to hold 400 men of German, Italian or Japanese descent.
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