Unformatted text preview: internment camps is an issue that cannot be solved, as it will never be forgo³en. I think in general, the issue of the eFects of the internment camps are not discussed nearly to the extent that they should be. ²he stories of Miss Sasagawara and Janice ²anaka are just two of the thousands of people that suFered in the internment camps and are conTnuing to suFer today. I think the issue of redress is sTll prevalent, as it is clear that the apology did not ´x the emoTonal scars of the people that endured the camps. µurthermore, the mental scars that changed the people in the internment camps, as Janice ²anaka tesT´ed about her father, are an even bigger issue. But what was not discussed for all these issues is, how are we going to solve them? Does a soluTon exist, or are the wounds of what has happened irreparable?...
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- Fall '12
- Suffering, Japanese American internment, Internment, internment camps, Janice Tanaka