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It was hard for us to decide how to title this item. When Japanese Americans were incarcerated...

Home movie shot at the Jerome (Arkansas) Relocation Center, ca. June 1944. Jerome was the last concentration camp for Japanese Americans to open and the first to close; upon its closing, detainees were transported to nearby Rohwer and camps in other states. This Kodachrome film was shot by an unknown cameraperson and found on eBay. Includes shots of camp civilian and military staff, camp buildings, Japanese Americans incarcerated in the camp, a high-school graduation, young people reading the...
Topics: Japanese Americans, concentration camps, incarceration, racism, Asian Americans, Arkansas, World...

It was hard for us to decide how to title this item. When Japanese Americans were incarcerated...