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Executive Order 9066 altered the physical and psychological makeup of Los Angeles in ways that reverberate today.
After graduating from high school, two youths interned at Heart Mountain concentration camp, went separate directions, one going went into the U.S. Army, the other went to prison. Both fought for their rightful place in the United States.
Takashi Hoshizaki and his family were interned at Heart Mountain concentration camp after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. There he was drafted for the U.S. Army, he refused was imprisoned for three years.