Minidoka Relocation Center: A Site of Conscience

Minidoka NHS is a valuable source of information and materials about the internment and incarceration experience of the Nikkei and the local community, as well as civil and constitutional rights, racism, discrimination in the United States, and the fragility of democracy in times of crisis. We are endeavoring to help teachers educate their students about this complex and difficult story.

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Exploring Minidoka

Educational Curriculum Materials

Minidoka NHS teamed up with Densho, the Japanese American Legacy Project, to develop a useable and valuable curriculum to help explore this subject.

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Examining an actual historic warehouse feature.

Take a field trip to the actual site!

Nothing helps students better connect with the past as visiting the actual place where it happened. Just to imagine the people walking past you.

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Dedication of the flag pole at the Stafford Elementary School.

The Incarceration Experience

Want to learn more about the incarceration experience? This story has so much to teach us and there are many sources available to visit.

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