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Japanese Americans Exiled In Utah : Code Switch : NPR

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The story of over 100,000 Japanese Americans enduring life in internment camps during WW II is well known, but a few thousand avoided the camps, entirely by, essentially, self-exiling. Code Switch correspondent Karen Grigsby Bates talks with research historian Diana Tsuchida, about the hidden history of Japanese Americans who survived by creating farming communities, like the one in Keetley, Utah. We also hear directly from survivors about life as internally displaced American citizens.

This week’s podcast extra from Code Switch: Japanese Americans who avoided internment camps in the second world war.

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This week’s podcast extra from Code Switch: Japanese Americans who avoided internment camps in the second world war.

Chelsea Beck/NPR

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