Video of the Week: The Japanese Internment Camps, 75 Years LaterRoundup
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Japanese American families returning home after the war often faced prejudice and discrimination. They had a hard time finding jobs, housing, and respect. Yet even in those difficult days, there were acts of kindness and generosity that gave them hope.
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