On the Discover Nikkei web site, Nancy Matsumoto wrote about her experiences during the 40th Manzanar Pilgrimage:
“On a sunny cold day in April, I boarded a bus in Little Tokyo, one of more than 1,500 people to make the 40th annual Manzanar Pilgrimage. Our destination was the remote Owens Valley World War II prison camp where my father and his family were placed behind barbed wire in April 1942…”
For more, click on: Manzanar Pilgrims Shine Light on Past, Current Injustices, Honor Forebearers.
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