Shizuco Setoguchi, Manzanar Relocation Center, 3 July 1942, Dorothea Lange, public domain via Wikimedia Commons.
During World War II Japanese Americans experienced this sort of fear and hatred in a place they thought of as home.
Japanese Internment Camps during WW2
Japanese Americans were forcibly interned in camps during World War II; Otto Hagel & Hansel Mieth, Akiya Family (from San Francisco), Heart Mountain Camp, Wyoming, 1942
Interment camps for the Japanese during WWII in the US we need to remember so it never happens again.
22 Chilling Pictures Of Life At Japanese Internment Camps
During the 1940s, more than 110,000 Japanese Americans were relocated by the US to internment camps during World War II.
Tallgrass. One of the best historical fictions I've read in a long time. A must read. BookReporter says "During World War II, a family finds life turned upside down when the government opens a Japanese internment camp in their small Colorado town."
Pattern! “These wooden birds, carved inside World War II-era Japanese American internment camps, are a sampling of the artwork in “The Art of Gaman” by Delphine Hirasuna. The bird’s tiny legs were crafted from the surplus snipped off the wire mesh screens over barrack windows.” http://www.sfsu.edu/~sfsumag/archive/spring_06/final.html Via evinumen.