Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
 Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration
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Hidden Memory : Japanese American Incarceration

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This unit raises the challenge for you and your students of knowing your family’s story – and why it matters. Other themes : How a national crisis can lead to xenephobia and the subtlties of instritutional racism …. all told through the warm and lively storytelling style of professional storyteller Anne Shimojima as she recalls her Japanese American family and history.. Lesson Plan, story-text, student activities and audio-downloads.

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