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'Imprisoned in My Country': George Takei's Graphic Novel Traces Internment Camp Childhood

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'Imprisoned in My Country': George Takei's Graphic Novel Traces Internment Camp Childhood

'Imprisoned in My Country': George Takei's Graphic Novel Traces Internment Camp Childhood

In the graphic novel memoir "They Called Us Enemy", "Star Trek" actor George Takei tells his story of being imprisoned along with 120,000 other Japanese Americans during World War II, drawing parallels to the border detention centers of today.

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