Darrell Kunitomi holds a photograph of his Uncle Ted Fujioka, who was 19 when he died in combat in World War II. (Brian van der Brug / Los Angeles Times)
Forced to live in horse stalls. How one of America’s worst injustices played out at Santa Anita.
The Los Angeles Times recently featured this front page article recounting the experience of the Japanese Americans who were first relocated to the horse stables of Santa Anita Park on April 29th, 1942, prior to being moved to their final incarceration site at Heart Mountain, WY. From Santa Anita in