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The Uwajimaya Story: From Internment to Entrepreneur

  • Aired: 03/14/2017
  • Rating: NR
Today, 75 years after the Executive Order that sent Japanese Americans to internment camps, Uwajimaya continues to be a retail icon in the region. Learn how the enterprising family overcame discrimination and internment to create the iconic business which continues to thrive today.
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The internment story behind one of Seattle's most iconic businesses, Uwajimaya.
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