Japanese-American Teens are Confronting History by Visiting World War II Former Incarceration Camps. OG History is a Teen Vogue series.
In an era when Japanese-Americans faced racial barriers to social acceptance, these clubs enabled urban teenagers to claim American.
Ralph Lazo wasn’t of Japanese descent, but he spent spent two years at Manzanar in solidarity with his friends. Lazo was about to become the only known person of non-Japanese ancestry who volunteered to live in an internment camp. The neighborhood in Los Angeles where Lazo spent.
Masako was curled in a cozy ball listening to the radio when the news bulletin aired. The U.S. government would be forcing Japanese Americans from their.