Insight With Beth Ruyak

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Just last week, Sacramento City Council voted  to repeal a law that had lingered on the books for many years: Japanese Internment during World War II. Now, the Crocker Art Museum is confirming that they had stored art and artifacts for Japanese families and artists during the war.  Museum Registrar, John Caswell, will discuss the return of these artifacts to the families that were incarcerated during internment and the documents to support each piece well, all but one plant stand.

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