President Trump is still standing behind his executive order banning people from seven mostly Muslim countries. That order, and his talk about a Muslim registry, has sparked a lot of opposition, especially in California. One particularly vocal group: Japanese-Americans. Some of them have long memories of being incarcerated during World War II in what were called "relocation" or "internment" camps. The executive order authorizing that internment was signed by President Franklin Roosevelt, 75 years ago this month. We joined a busload of people traveling to one of those camps, the former Tule Lake Segregation Center, just south of the Oregon border in Modoc County. For the series California Foodways, we find out how farming was linked to the incarceration of Japanese-Americans. Reporter: Lisa Morehouse
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