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"Reflections on Rowher" by Jessica Yamane
10 Dec 2012
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A must-read: During World War II, the Rowher and Jerome camps in Arkansas housed over 16,000 Japanese Americans. Jessica Yamane, intern at the University of Arkansas's Institute on Race and Ethnicity, considers the legacy of these camps and their relation to contemporary American life in this Boiled Down Juice piece.

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Journalism Community Cross-Cultural Culture Education Heritage Local Preservation Recovery Rural - International Rural-Urban Article/Commentary Folklife Interview/Profile Politics/Policy Research/Survey Academic Asian American Folklorist Government/Policy Worker Journalist Reasearcher Student Writer Arkansas South
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