• We frame California's history as romantic more than xenophobic. We need to feel the shame

    19 days ago - By LA Times

    Late last month, I took a road trip from Los Angeles to Manzanar. The World War II era concentration camp, which interned more than 10,000 Japanese Americans between 1942 and 1945, sits just 220 miles north of us, in a windswept section of the Owens River Valley - and yet, in all the years that...
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