A lesson from America’s Japanese internment camps

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When the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, my grandmother, Aiko Nishi, was an eager 18-year-old sophomore at San Francisco State University who dreamed of becoming a teacher. She was a “Nisei”, a second-generation Japanese American born in the US to Japanese immigrant parents. Two states away in Washington, my grandfather, Matao Uwate, was…

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