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Silver Like Dust: One Family's Story of America's Japanese Internment Paperback – 21 Mar 2014


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A portrait of a courageous woman who endured hardship and later established a delicate balance of trust with her granddaughter that allowed her to finally tell the family's story.

A remarkable book about life in a Japanese internment camp and the social and political forces that allowed their existence.

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Kimi Cunningham Grant is the 2009 recipient of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts Fellowship in creative nonfiction. She lives in central Pennsylvania with her family and is an instructor of English at Penn State University.


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