Rosebush Blooms at Camp Amache (Colorado) 80 Years After Incarceration

NPR article highlights a newly blooming rosebush at Grenada (Colorado) Relocation Center also known as “Amache” where 10,000 Japanese Americans were incarcerated during World War II. Dr. Bonnie Clark of Denver University, who spoke at the Missouri Botanical Garden in 2019, is interviewed in the article.

https://www.npr.org/2022/05/30/1102029189/a-rosebush-which-hasnt-bloomed-in-decades-adds-color-to-a-dim-chapter-in-history

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