August 31st, I posted a set of pictures on the Japanese Internment Memorial, The Little Girl statue was not finished. So here is the little girl, you can go back to August 31st to see the other part of memorial if you missed it!!
By drawing attention not just to an injustice but to the struggle to overcome it, the memorial gains lasting power. Sixty-five years ago, fear led the nation down the wrong path. That can happen whenever Americans forget that their strength lies in such ideals as equality before the law. The memorial teaches more than history - it’s a timeless lesson in civics.