Japanese Internment Camps on PBS


Craft in America: IDENTITY profiles Artists who explore issues of gender, race, culture and place, offering true expressions of their experience in this world, including Wendy Maruyama who has overcome challenges of deafness and cerebral palsy to become one of our country's most important and accomplished furniture makers, and features a story about the Japanese internment camps and how some of those imprisoned turned to making art as a means of sustaining life and finding beauty in a place that few others would ever see.

IDENTITY premiers on PBS on Friday December 27th. All episodes of Craft in America can be watched on www.craftinamerica.org and pbs.org/craft-in-america/home/

To preview the episodes, click below:

https://www.craftinamerica.org/short/japanese-internment-camp-preview

https://www.craftinamerica.org/short/wendy-maruyama-on-the-wildlife-project

https://www.craftinamerica.org/short/identity-2-min-preview

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