“…During World War II, the United States incarcerated thousands of Japanese Americans – some for up to 4 years -
- in remote camps without due process.
Two-thirds of the 120,000 people who were sent to the camps were American citizens.
Months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Bill Manbo of Riverside, CA, was sent to a camp in Wyoming with his family.
Manbo, an amateur photographer, documented his time there in stunning Kodachrome pictures recently published in Colors of Confinement…”
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