Such a moving spot. We were ushered into the movie theater and were spoken to by a man who had spent three years in this internment center. There were only a few people in the theater and he kindly paused during his comments to allow me to translate for some in our group who didn't understand English.
The film is amazing. Hearing the voices of those who were held for so many years speak of their memories and the aftermath to their internment was so very moving. This is a must see for everyone, but especially those who refuse to believe that the American government can make mistakes.
There is a small but nice gift shop that has more than the usual tourist souvenirs. The grounds are gradually being reconstructed, with three barracks buildings, some gardens, and of course the most lovely memorial monument. Seeing this small obelisk with the beautiful snow-capped mountains in the background is provides a moment of peace and contemplation after the moving visit to the museum. Do not miss this spot!
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