WWII Internment Curriculum Protested

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On Bainbridge Island near Seattle, residents debate a local school curriculum teaching that the World War II internment of Japanese Americans was a mistake. Some island residents and parents believe the program should teach that internment was justified, given wartime concerns. NPR's Tom Goldman reports.



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