Interview with Alma Watanabe

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1997
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A nisei woman describes her education in Japan, residing with Caucasian families in California, and discrimination at UCLA. She also recalls her work as arts and crafts director at Palama Settlement and its ceramics, sewing, camping, and other programs. Her transfer to the state Department of Education and the internment of her family in California are also discussed in the interview.
arts and crafts director, teacher; Japanese; female
Interview conducted in English.
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Crafts, Ethnic Identity, Ethnic Relations, Japan, Mainland
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