Making History Class Interview With Marie Matsuno About Japanese American Internment/Incarceration

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Making History Class Interview With Marie Matsuno About Japanese American Internment/Incarceration

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Our Making History class in spring 2022 at the University of New Mexico interviewed Marie Matsuno (Alaska Native/Japanese American) about Japanese American incarceration during World War II. Marie was born at the Minidoka camp in Idaho. She later became an activist in the Japanese American Citizens League. She worked as a social worker in Alaska and then as a staff member for Senator Ted Stevens.

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Publication Date

4-19-2022

City

Albuquerque

Keywords

Japanese American incarceration, Minidoka camp, World War II, Alaska, Japanese American Citizens League, Executive Order 9066, Dad served in 442nd

Disciplines

Asian History | Indigenous Studies | Oral History | Social History | United States History

Making History Class Interview With Marie Matsuno About Japanese American Internment/Incarceration

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