The art exhibit on our walls recalls the wartime internment of 100,000 U.S. citizens and residents of Japanese background at ten Relocation Centers, including Manzanar in the desert of Inyo County. Americans of Italian and German background also were victims of suspicion and hostile treatment during World War II.
Through courage and creativity, many were able to maintain their dignity and faith until the war’s end. Let’s take a look.
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