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Taka Iwasaki, Noriko Kido, and Aya Iwasaki at the Adrian farm labor camp, circa 1943.

Taka Iwasaki, Noriko Kido, and Aya Iwasaki at the Adrian farm labor camp, circa 1943.

Courtesy of Aya Fujii.

  • We speak to Morgen Young, curator of the “Uprooted” exhibit at the Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center. And we hear from Japanese-American sisters Aya Fujii and Taka Mizote who worked on a farm labor camp in Malheur County as an alternative to internment during WWII.

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