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Japanese Americans from Portland and other West Coast cities are forced by the federal government onto trains for relocation to inland camps during World War II. A new performance piece explores the profound challenges the community has faced.

Japanese Americans from Portland and other West Coast cities are forced by the federal government onto trains for relocation to inland camps during World War II. A new performance piece explores the profound challenges the community has faced.

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Healing from Racism in America

A new performance piece exploring the profound racism and other challenges experienced by Portland Japanese American community, and the resilience and fortitude of that same community, is open for multiple showings, Saturday, June 1 through Wednesday, June 5 at the Interstate Firehouse Cultural Center, 4340 N. Interstate Ave.