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    What Being Imprisoned Taught George Takei About America

    When George Takei (georgetakei) was only 5, he and his family were imprisoned in an American internment camp. While it might seem that World War II would challenge his faith in America, hear George talk about what he learned from that experience, his parents, and a segregated Japanese-American army battalion.

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