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            "description": "Landmark photographic exhibition on the forced removal and incarceration of Japanese Americans curated by Richard and Maisie Conrat for the California Historical Society in 1972. The first exhibition on this topic to tour nationally—including such venues as the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York—it likely introduced many Americans to this story and was part of a resurgence of interest in the topic both inside and outside the Japanese American community in the 1970s.",
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            "description": "A 2012 documentary film on Japanese American swing dance bands in the World War II concentration camps. Produced by Claire Reynolds for KEET, a Eureka, California, based public television station serving California's northern coast, the hour long documentary debuted on October 30, 2012. The film was funded by grants from the Japanese American Confinement Sites Grant program, the\n \n  California Civil Liberties Public Education Program\n \n , and the Humboldt Area Foundation (Victor Jacoby Artist Grant).",
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            "description": "Exhibition at the\n \n  Japanese American National Museum\n \n (JANM) based on the letters sent to librarian\n \n  Clara Breed\n \n by Japanese American students forcibly removed to concentration camps.\n \n  Dear Miss Breed\n \n opened in JANM's Legacy Center gallery on January 14, 1997, and closed on April 13, 1997. A\n \n  short film\n \n of the same name was also featured in the exhibition. Though it did not travel subsequently, an online version of the exhibition was created and is available at the JANM website.",
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            "description": "Art installation by Kristine Yuki Aono that debuted at the\n \n  Japanese American National Museum\n \n (JANM) in 1996. The installation featured soil collected by the artist at each of the ten\n \n  War Relocation Authority\n \n camp sites installed in shallow 3 x 3 square boxes on the floor with glass over them. At each venue, Aono sought community members who lent personal objects from themselves or other family members who had been in each camp that were installed in that camp's box. The exhibition was viewed by walking on the glass over the boxes.",
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            "description": "Short film about Japanese American senior citizen women in a Japanese American Services of the East Bay (JASEB) quilting class who make a quilt inspired by their World War II experiences. The seventeen minute film was made by Bridge Media for the JASEB and was funded in part by a grant from the\n \n  California Civil Liberties Public Education Program\n \n .",
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            "description": "A 1980 documentary film on the history of the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans at\n \n  Manzanar\n \n , produced and directed by\n \n  Tak Shindo\n \n , a\n \n  Nisei\n \n musician and composer, best known for his albums from the jazz exotica music era and television soundtrack work. The film is built around color footage of the camp taken by Aksel Nielson, the director of recreation at Manzanar. Narrated by Shindo, the film includes his own experiences at Manzanar, military service, and subsequent musical career. Though he had passed away prior to the making of the film, Nielson's voice can be heard describing scenes of sporting events and gardens at Manzanar, and his wife, Melva Nielson, a music teacher at Manzanar, is interviewed at length on camera. Among those appearing in the film are\n \n  Military Intelligence Service\n \n veteran Yukio Tamura, artist\n \n  Estelle Ishigo\n \n , photographer\n \n  Toyo Miyatake\n \n , nursery owner Shinobu Mashiko, Tamotsu Tsuchida, and actor\n \n  Mako\n \n . With the exception of the Nielsons, Shindo summarizes their comments over the footage of them, so that none of their voices actually are heard in the film. Also included are contemporary scenes of the Manzanar site at that time and of young people revisiting Manzanar, possibly at a\n \n  pilgrimage\n \n .",
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            "description": "Traveling photographic exhibition on Japanese Americans who left the concentration camps on short term leave to work as farm laborers in the summers of 1942 and 1943. The exhibition features forty-five photographs by Farm Security Administration photographer\n \n  Russell Lee\n \n , who photographed farm labor camps that housed the Japanese Americans, including one in\n \n  Nyssa\n \n , Oregon. The exhibition also includes a short video that include interviews with several Japanese Americans who worked as farm laborers.",
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            "description": "Exhibition at the History Museum of Hood River County on the Japanese American experience in Hood River, Oregon. Instigated by Museum Coordinator Connie Nice once she learned of the of the wartime incarceration of local Japanese Americans and the particularly virulent opposition to their postwar return, the exhibition has the support of the local community. The small exhibition included four sections: \"Our Lives Before,\" \"Our Lives Removed,\" \" Our Lives in Camp,\" and \"Our Lives in Service.\" Included in the exhibition are documents from the local American Legion chapter, which made national headlines in 1944 when it removed the names of Nisei soldiers from a local \"roll of honor.\" The exhibition subsequently became a semi-permanent part of the museum.",
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            "description": "Documentary film on\n \n  Dave Tatsuno\n \n (1913–2006), a\n \n  Nisei\n \n best known for the home movie footage he shot while incarcerated at the\n \n  Topaz\n \n , Utah, concentration camp. Produced by KTEH, a San Jose-based public television station (now KQED), the hour-long documentary is based largely on interviews with Tatsuno and members of his family, along with family photos and clips from his home movies from before, during, and after the war. The film includes a lengthy excerpt from Tatsuno's\n \n  Topaz Memories\n \n . The 2006 production was funded by the Henri and Tomoye Takahashi Charitable Foundation, directed by Scott Gracheff, and produced by Christina Lim.",
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            "description": "Set in 1949, two small towns in Oregon are rivals in the girls' softball game of the year,\n \n  Bat 6\n \n (1998). On the Bear Creek Ridge team, Aki Mikami is the new girl is who has just returned after being \"sent away to a camp\" with her family since 1942. All the 6th grade girls were too young to remember Aki and her family leaving, and the adults would talk in whispers amongst themselves about what happened, but not to the children. Aki is shy but she is an amazing ball player (her mother was MVP for Bat 6 in 1930) and girls take to her immediately. The opposing Bat 6 team, Barlow, also recruits a talented new player named Shazam—a troubled girl who has come to live with her grandmother. She hates the Japanese because her father was killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor. The ballgame culminates in a catastrophic incident between Shazam and Aki. Told in retrospectives by the girls who make up the two softball teams, the chapters peel back the evolution of the incident which reveals the conflicts in the small community both before and after the war.",
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            "description": "Temporary exhibition at the Ruth and Charles Gilb Arcadia Historical Museum about the nearby detention facility. Drawing on photographs, objects, and issues of the\n \n\n   Santa Anita Pacemaker\n  \n\n in the museum's collection,\n \n  Only What We Could Carry\n \n opened in November 2009. The museum also includes the story of the\n \n  Santa Anita Assembly Center\n \n as part of its permanent gallery on the history of Arcadia.",
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