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When Hayakawa and Tere Martinez were commissioned by Tacoma’s Broadway Center for the Performing Arts to create a play about the internment and the Civil Rights Movement, they were determined to convey the pain, injustice and anger felt by many Japanese Americans sent to the camps. They wrote the play, Nihonjin Face, meaning “Japanese face.”
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