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Remember what happened

    More images from the 43rd Manzanar Pilgrimage at the former Manzanar Internment Camp south of Independence, where thousands of Japanese-Americans were held captive during World War II.  The efforts of the Manzanar Committee started back in 1969.  They worked to raise the profile of what happened to the American citizens of Japanese descent, […]

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Day of Remembrance at Manzanar

PROFESSOR EMERITUS ART HANSEN TO PRESENT GUEST LECTURES AT MANZANAR FEBRUARY 18 AND 19 Dr. Art Hansen, Professor Emeritus of History and Asian American Studies at California State University, Fullerton (CSUF), will speak at Manzanar over Presidents Day weekend in honor of the Day of Remembrance. The annual Day of Remembrance observance commemorates the impact […]

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