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Resources for Teaching About Civil Rights and Internment Camps
- A Teacher’s Guide to They Called Us Enemy from the Japanese American National Museum
- Teaching Japanese-American Internment Using Primary Resources from the New York Times
- Densho Learning Center (Civil Rights and Japanese American Incarceration)
- Educator Guide for Righting a Wrong: Japanese Americans and World War II from Smithsonian’s History Explorer
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