BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//PYVOBJECT//NONSGML Version 1//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20101208T000000Z DTEND:20110529T000000Z DESCRIPTION:<strong><em>Taken: FBI </em> </strong> \n December 8\, 2010 - M ay 29\, 2011\n\nThis exhibit brings to light the experiences of the famil ies of 118 individuals in the Portland area and 17\,477 in the western s tates taken into custody by the local authorities\, then imprisoned by th e FBI and U.S. Department of Justice directly following the Japanese bomb ing of Pearl Harbor on December 7\, 1941.\n\nA little known prelude to the internment\, prominent members of the Japanese American community&mdash\ ;mostly men&mdash\;were rounded up by FBI agents just hours after the bom bing. Shackled and whisked away\, often after dark with no explanations g iven to them or to their bewildered and stunned families\, they were th en sent to &quot\;special&quot\; camps in remote\, secret sites across th e United States\, different from the ones their families would begin to o ccupy from the summer of 1942. Who were these individuals? How was the FB I able to target them so soon after the surprise attack? How was this p ossible in a nation founded by and built on the toil and personal sacrifi ces of immigrants?\n\nSponsored in part by Oregon Humanities\, Oregon Her itage Commission\, Portland State University\, Spirit Mountain Community Fund\, and Target. SUMMARY:Exhibit -- Taken: FBI -- at Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center URL:/en/events/2010/12/08/exhibit-taken-fbi-at-oregon-nikkei-legacy-c/ END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR