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Mitsuye Yamada

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WNMU hosts Japanese internees in New Mexico
He said a San Francisco attorney, James Purcell, found Mitsuye Endo, who worked for the state of California and had never broken a law. ... The fourth example for the Santa Fe camp will be a journal of 1,000 pages kept by a Buddhist priest, Yamada said.
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Poet and activist Mitsuye Yamada wrote her first book of poems while in a Japanese internment camp in Idaho during World War II, but the book, Camp Notes and Other Poems, was not published until the 1970s. A feminist dedicated to addressing the ...
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Satsuki Ina will also discuss her father's haiku and legacy.

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