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High school students have four days to discover what life was like for Japanese-American teenagers living in Manzanar Internment Camp during World War II. Interviews with former camp inmates and visiting the ruins of the camp cause them to ask, "What would I have done?" "Could it happen to me?"

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Runtime: 28 minutes 59 seconds

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Grade Level: 10 - 12
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Grade Level: K - 4
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Grade Level: 7 - 12
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