Un-American:Incarceration of Japanese Americans in WWII
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Richard Cahan is co-author of Un-American, the powerful photo-history of one of America’s defining moments. In the spring of 1942, the US rounded up 109,000 residents of Japanese ancestry and sent them to detention centers for the duration of World War II. Amazingly, the government hired a crew of photographers to document the entire process—from the final weeks of freedom to the desolate years in camps. Books will be available for purchase.