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Japanese Ancestry Honored

During the Second World War some 120-thousand Americans of Japanese ancestry were held in internment camps in various states. Yesterday, in Washington, D.C., the National Japanese American Memorial was dedicated to honor both groups. NPR's Alex Van Oss reports.

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