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“The Orange Story” – Online learning resource on Japanese American forced removal and incarceration

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Less than 30 minutes

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“The Orange Story” is an award-winning educational online tool (film + interactive site) to learn about the forced removal of Japanese Americans from the west coast as part of Japanese American WWII incarceration history. This project is a film in four parts [total run time: 15:10] explored through an interactive website that contains primary and secondary sources, specially curated by a team of top scholars. Watch the trailer for the short film here: https://youtu.be/mgsLmjkzhyw

Activity Type:

Social Activity, Solo Activity, Virtual

Level:

beginner-friendly

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