Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese American Family by Yoshiko Uchida [in What Do I Read Next? Multicultural Literature]
During World War II, some 120,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry, many of whom were U.S. citizens, were stripped of their basic human rights and imprisoned in internment camps scattered throughout the Western U.S. When the war was over, not a single case of treason or espionage was ever found against a Japanese American.
Readers: Young Adult, Adult