Voices of Internment
Breaking through personal and cultural barriers, Voices of Internment: Seven Decades Later accompanies Japanese American internment survivors and their families on pilgrimages to their former World War II Relocation Camps as they share stories and experiences of life before, during and after their incarceration. Their stories of struggle, pain and silent endurance will raise awareness and deepen our understanding of forced imprisonment and the long-‐term effects upon the individual and collective society.
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