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A pair of rediscoveries at Seattle Asian Art Museum

It’s not much of a secret anymore that America, as a nation, acted less than honorably toward its residents of Asian descent during the Second World War. Seventy years after Pearl Harbor, we’re still uncovering lost and hidden gems from the period, like for example the work of Kamekichi Tokita and Kenjiro Nomura, a pair of Japanese artists who lived and worked in Seattle until the war came. (FULL STORY: Michael Upchurch, Seattle Times)