SJSU Japanese American Art Installation Visit Paper

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Friday Feb. 14 we will be walking to the Japanese American Internment Memorial, a bronze series of sculptured scenes in front of the U.S. Federal Building, located at South Second Street, near San Carlos Street. It is located in a large public entrance outside the building. It tells the story of the local Japanese American internment during World War II. 

I am not interested in the history of the Japanese-American internment, and will take off 25 points if you tell me the history.  I want to know what you think.  

A high scoring paper is one where is you answer at least three of these questions.

Do you think something like this could happen again in American history? Why?

What parts of the art are most meaningful to you? Are there any touches the

artist added that make this work more powerful? Does she present more than

one side of the events of this historical period? Does the artwork change how you

feel about the internment? What civil liberties or civil rights are mentioned?

What branches of government are shown in the art? Be specific

What other familiar institutions do you recognize? List up to three. 

What parts of San Jose, if any, are shown here? 

Describe two or three of the scenes you find most compelling. 

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