Japanese Internment Camps How Learning My Grandmother’s Story Taught Me To Appreciate My Heritage By Amanda Tsuetaki • Sep 20, 2019 Listen Listening... / 7:42 WUNC Youth Reporter Amanda Tsuetaki tells the story of her grandmother who was sent to an internment camp during World War II. I’ve lived in Chapel Hill my whole life. I live with my mom, dad, older brother Alex, two dogs, Rex and Bear, and my grandmother. Youth Reporters Tackle Hard Issues Through Personal Stories By Dana Terry & Frank Stasio • Aug 8, 2019 William Cumbo / WUNC WUNC’s Youth Reporting Institute wraps up its summer program this week and the offerings from this year’s cohort reflect many of the complex problems our nation has been grappling with — immigration, LGBTQ rights and mass shootings. Taken From The Paradise Isle By Charlie Shelton & Frank Stasio • Nov 24, 2015 UP Colorado During World War II, approximately 120,000 Japanese Americans were forced into internment camps across the country. About 2,000 internees came from Hawai'i, including George Hoshida and his family.