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Life Behind Barbed Wires: A First-Hand Account of the Wartime Incarceration of Japanese Americans

Date: 4:00pm PDT April 6 Location: Miller Hall, Room 105

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Miller Hall, Room 105

Please join us for a talk by Lewis and Clark alumnus George Nakata (class of ’57) about what it was like to be imprisoned as a Japanese American during World War II. Mr. Nakata will also speak about the legacy of the Japanese American incarceration and what it means to us today.

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