The National Park Service will be holding hearings all summer to determine how best to maintain Tule Lake, the most controversial of 10 incarceration camps where the U.S. imprisoned 110,000 Japanese Americans during World War II, reports the Hood River News.
It was Tule Lake that had the most security and where the government sent Japanese Americans it considered trouble makers.
“Public involvement in the planning for the Tule Lake Unit will make the new unit a group effort. Working together will help the story become relevant to more people, so it will never be forgotten.” said Mike Reynolds, superintendent of the Tule Lake Unit.
You can read more about her Tule Lake’s future will be determined in the Hood River News.