The California Assembly apologised for discriminating against Japanese Americans during World War II. Photo: AP/The Sacramento Bee

California apologises to Japanese Americans for World War II internment camps

  • After unanimously passing the resolution, lawmakers hugged and shook hands with victims
  • 120,000 Japanese Americans were held at internment camps because the US government feared some would side with Tokyo
Topic |   United States
The California Assembly apologised for discriminating against Japanese Americans during World War II. Photo: AP/The Sacramento Bee
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