From 60 years ago, you hardly hear of the good in Japanese American concentration camps. Yes, there are pockets of smiles here and there. A way of life had to get established since they were behind fences and guns. Gardens, farming, making crafts, baseball, you hear of it all. The legacy sort of lives via the art and the photographs. This article points out Ralph L Carr, the Governor of Colorado who fought for the Japanese Americans. Yes, they still got imprisoned. He served only one term perhaps for his opinions. (American Thinker – Ralph L Carr)
Ralph Carr has a memorial in a spot that look super barren.