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Japanese Americans incarcerated during WWII remembered in sacred book of names (Part 2)


The journey to see the Ireichō — a book containing the names of more than 125,000 people of Japanese ancestry who were wrongfully incarcerated during World War II — is a personal one for NBC News’ Emilie Ikeda: her own family members were held in the camps. Emilie shares their stories and stamps their names in the book to honor their painful experiences.

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