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Japanese American Internment Camp Museum opens

The Japanese American Internment Camp Museum opened Tuesday, April 16, 2013, in McGehee, with words from actor and activist George Takei and other officials. Nearly 9,000 Japanese Americans were interned at the camp in Rohwer and nearly 110,000 were interned overall.

April 16, 2013

By David Harten

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You know, I bet i know why they made this monument as far East from Pearle Harbor as they could.... Don't want to remember what the Japanese did to us. We should feel sorry for them, and forget the ones who died in Pearle Harbor attack. I am soooo sick of people like this calling themselves Americans. Their not Americans, they are aliens still trying to bomb the value of America.


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