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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": "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": "Traveling exhibition organized by the National Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS) that debuted in April 1990. Consisting of ninety framed photographs with captions, text panels, and titles,\n  \n   U.S. Detention Camps\n  \n  was likely the first exhibition to go beyond the story of the ten\n  \n   War Relocation Authority\n  \n  administered camps to include the so-called \"\n  \n   assembly centers\n  \n  \" as well as the\n  \n   enemy alien detention camps\n  \n  administered by the army and by the Justice Department as a part of the larger story. Aiming, in the words of project directory and NJAHS president\n  \n   Clifford Uyeda\n  \n  , to tell the full story \"from the beginning of the experience to the end,\" the exhibition begins with the\n  \n   anti-Japanese movement\n  \n  and stretches through the\n  \n   Redress Movement\n  \n  , while also depicting inmate resistance, and controversially, suicides.\n  \n\n    [1]\n   \n\n  Venues for\n  \n   U.S. Detention Camps\n  \n  included the Jimmy Carter Museum in Atlanta, Georgia; the Swords to Plowshare Gallery in Detroit, Michigan; and Stanford University's Meyer Library.",
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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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