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The Enduring Art of 'Gaman' on Display

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The Enduring Art of 'Gaman' on Display

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The Enduring Art of 'Gaman' on Display

The Enduring Art of 'Gaman' on Display

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An exhibit in San Francisco features folk art created by Japanese-Americans held in World War II internment camps.

As Stephen Short of member station KALW reports, the exhibit at the Museum of Craft and Folk Art explores the concept of "Gaman," which is synonymous with "patience and endurance."

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