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Memories of Heart Mountain: A story of the imprisonment of Japanese Americans during WWII

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Presented by Asian American Resource Center at Asian American Resource Center, Austin TX

Feb 11 2016
Memories of Heart Mountain: A story of the imprisonment of Japanese Americans during WWII

Japanese internment survivor Sam Mihara talks about his years in the Heart Mountain and Pomona internment camps, providing a moving first-hand account of this great civil rights injustice experienced by more than 120,000 Japanese Americans. Doors open at 6:30pm. FREE. Ballroom AARC produced event

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Asian American Resource Center

8401 Cameron Road, Austin, TX 78754

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