Japanese American National Museum, Los Angeles

It's an ugly piece of American History- but a really important one close to my heart and my studio research.

This museum housed historical artifacts that led up to the relocation of 120,000 Japanese descendants immediately after the attack on Pearl Harbor. 60% of these people incarcerated (or relocated) were U.S. citizens of Japanese descent.

I won't go into the history of this event but it was a great museum if you ever get a chance to go to LA.


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