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Internees at Tule Lake beginning to fight stigma of being "No-Nos"

For years, whenever Japanese Americans would get together after World War II, one question would come up: “Which camp were you in?”


Like where you went to school, what you did for work, and whether you rooted for the Dodgers or the Giants, it was a form of small talk but probed at something deeper. The question referred to 10 wartime prisons where the government locked up more than 120,000 men, women and children, a majority of them U.S. citizens, because of their ethnicity.


https://www.latimes.com/projects/japanese-americans-incarcerated-us-world-war-ii-camp-speak-out/

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