Facing up to Past Wrongs
Santa Fe New Mexican—Story
August 6th, 2006
Henry Lopez, Staff Writer

"Over the course of the World War II, 4,555 men were held at the Santa Fe camp, which was where Casa Solana is today. At its peak, the camp spanned 80 acres and held about 2,100 men," said Nancy Bartlit, co-author of the book Silent Voices of World War II: When the Sons of The Land of Enchantment Met the Sons of the Land of the Rising Sun.

Carlos Gilbert Elementary School students performed a student-produced opera "FACE," based on the history of the Japanese internment camp in Santa Fe during World War II. The group received funding from cable television's History Channel. ❇