Warner Bros. Chief's Personal Story of His Parents' Internment in Japanese-American Camps (Guest Column)
Japanese-Americans arrived at a camp in Manzanar, Calif., in March 1942. Amid heated election rhetoric about race and tolerance, Kevin Tsujihara reveals why his mother and father never lost faith in their country: "Today, that sense of belonging is something I want for all of us." Imagine you are a U.S. citizen living in California. One morning you read in the paper, hear in church or see posted on telephone poles that you have two weeks to sell your land and belongings, keeping only what you can carry, and report to a "relocation center."