In this file photo from the 1920s, a group of Chinese and Japanese women and children wait to be processed as they are held in a wire mesh enclosure at internment barracks in Angel Island, Calif. Chinese immigrants were essential to the founding of California. (AP Photo, file)

Reflections On The 50th Anniversary Of Executive Order 9066

What have we learned about the dangers of racism and groupthink in the 50 years since the creation of WWII internment camps in the U.S.?

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