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2008 National Conference Photo Guestbook

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Hisao Homma, Kumiko Hasegawa and Kunio Homma

Kunio Homma's comments:

Came to Amache, first for history and closure. It's been 63 years since I've been back. When my sister, brother, and I saw the foundation, it brought back a flood of memories.

Kumiko Hasegawa's (Washington) comments:

My two younger brothers, Hisao and Kunio Homma, came to visit and find the actual barrack we lived in Amache camp. We went yesterday (7/3/08) and located even the exact room we lived in for three years. It was really exciting and emotional. (Barrack 12K Room 12E)

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Hisao Homma (left), Kumiko Hasegawa (center) and Kunio Homma (right), participants at the "Whose America? Who's American? Diversity, Civil Liberties, and Social Justice" National Conference in Denver, Colorado ... More »


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