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Borders & Heritage

The Long Journey Toward Healing

Stories of the incarceration of Japanese Americans

About the Program
More than 120,000 Japanese Americans living along the West Coast were incarcerated without due process during World War II. Seventy-five years later, ripples of that history are still felt. Borders & Heritage: The Long Journey Toward Healing presents firsthand accounts of Japanese Americans from Washington State whose families endured incarceration.

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