Greg Kimura

Japanese American National Museum

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President and CEO of the Japanese American National Museum

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It took the threat of a legal injunction, but a rare collection of arts and crafts from Japanese-American internment camps  will not be auctioned off  after all.

Japanese Internment Art Will Not Be Sold to the Highest Bidder

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