The Japanese-American Experience in New Mexico

One hundred years ago there were three Americans of Japanese descent living in New Mexico; today there are 1,500. This week KNME outlines the Japanese American experience in New Mexico, from World War II when they imprisoned throughout the southwest to their present migration into the area.

January 24, 1990 | 20:01 | PRODUCER: Karl Kernberger

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