Ugly History: Japanese American Incarceration Camps - Densho

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John Horgan
by TED-Ed
published on 02 April 2021
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Dig into the historic injustice of Japanese American incarceration camps, also known as internment camps, during World War II.

On December 7, 1941, 16 year-old Aki Kurose shared in the horror of millions of Americans when Japanese planes attacked Pearl Harbor. Unbeknownst to her, this shared experience would soon leave her family and over 120,000 Japanese Americans alienated from their country, both socially and physically. Densho explores the racism and paranoia that led to the unjust internment of Japanese Americans.

Lesson by Densho, directed by Lizete Upīte.
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TED-Ed, . (2021, April 02). Ugly History: Japanese American Incarceration Camps - Densho. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/video/2403/ugly-history-japanese-american-incarceration-camps/

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TED-Ed, . "Ugly History: Japanese American Incarceration Camps - Densho." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 02 Apr 2021. Web. 17 Sep 2021.