Idaho students remember Japanese internment camp with portraits of residents

02/16/2014 | Times-News (Twin Falls, Idaho), The

Students in Buhl School District in Idaho who have studied the Japanese internment camps of World War II will remember and honor former internees of the nearby Minidoka Relocation Center with an art show on the upcoming Day of Remembrance. The project -- a collaboration of the school district and the National Park Service -- included students creating multimedia portraits of some of Minidoka's former internees and a senbazuru -- 1,000 origami paper cranes strung together.

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