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Patricia Bou. English Studies. UV
Very interesting, indee! Did you know this video was produced by a student for his/her history class in the US?I'm sure you'll do a great job, too. This video is at:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3BJjo0BCbGo&feature=player_embedded#at=167And its description in YouTube is:A video I made for history class about Japanese Internment. The song is Kenji by Fort MinorWorks Cited"A | More | Perfect | Union." National Museum of American History. Smithsonian. 26 May 2009 http://americanhistory.si.edu/PerfectUnion/experience/index.htmlDigital Video Collection. InfOhio. 27 May 2009 http://mediast.infohio.org/Easton, Stanley E., and Lucien Ellington. "Japanese Americans - Overview, History, Modern era, Migration to Hawaii and America, Efforts to ban Japanese immigration." Countries and Their Cultures. 2008. 23 May 2009 http://www.everyculture.com/multi/Ha-La/Japanese-Americans.htmlFort Minor. Kenji. Rising Tied. Warner Bros. Records, 2005.Gantt-Wright, Iantha. "Asian Americans and the National Park System: An Experience of Joy and Pain." The Brown Quarterly Vol. 1, no.3 (12 July 1997).Speidel, Jennifer. "After Internment: Seattles Debate Over Japanese Americans' Right to Return Home." Seattle Civil Rights and Labor Project. 01 Apr. 2007. University of Washington. 27 May 2009 http://depts.washington.edu/civilr/after_internment.htmWilson, Grace L. "The History of Japanese Immigration." The Brown Quarterly Vol. 3, no. 4 (28 May 2000).
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