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The Shameful History of WWII Japanese American Internment

Featured on the Environmental Graffiti site, this article describes the treatment of American citizens of Japanese descent during WW2.

"...between 110,000 and 120,000 Japanese Americans were removed from their homes and placed first into ‘assembly centers,’ and then ‘relocation centers’ (or internment camps as they are now more commonly called) where they would spend the duration of WWII.

 

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