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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Remember Manzanar

- Japanese American Memorial in Washington, DC -

During WW-II American citizens of Japanese origin residing on the West Coast were interned in relocation camps. This decision had dramatic effects on their lives. They were loyal citizens, and there should have been no doubt about their patriotism: many of them would later fight in the war.

This memorial is a memento for generations to come: no ethnic group should ever be discriminated again.

(Washington, District of Columbia)


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