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(Portland, OR)  --  A trio of Japanese American cultural organizations are joining together to protest President-elect Donald Trump.  About 200 people gathered last night at the Japanese American Historical Plaza in downtown Portland for a candlelight vigil.  The demonstration was to protest Trump's historical view on Japanese internment camps from World War Two.  Trump has used those camps as a basis for his hardline stance on a possible registry for Muslim Americans.

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