George Takei writes about his family’s years in an internment camp in They Called Us Enemy. Photo: AP

‘How I learned dark meant ugly’: Asian-Americans’ graphic memoirs about race relations in US

  • George Takei – Sulu from Star Trek – recounts in stunning fashion his early years in an internment camp for Americans of Japanese descent in World War II
  • Mira Jacob, an Indian-American novelist, vividly illustrates the contradictions of race in a book structured as a conversation with her young biracial son
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George Takei writes about his family’s years in an internment camp in They Called Us Enemy. Photo: AP
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