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We witness a group of immigrants become new Americans at a naturalization ceremony. What’s different is that this took place at Heart Mountain, historic site of Wyoming’s internment camp for Japanese-Americans during World War Two.It was a place where citizens’ rights were stripped from them. We profile three immigrants and their families about their hopes and dreams on becoming new citizens.
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