Farewell to Manzanar
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Jeanne and her family were forced to move away from Manzanar and had decided to get settled into the American society.
After they moved, Jeanne wanted to find her own identity in America as a Japanese-American girl but struggled because the students and teachers didn't see her as a white American student.
She starts to adjust a little more and gets chosen to be the carnival queen.
This is not right! You are trying to be American by flaunting your sexuality!
I'm sorry papa..
Jeanne conforms to Papa’s wishes and wears a conservative dress for the coronation ceremony, but the crowd’s murmuring makes her realize that neither the exotic nor the conservative versions of herself represent her true identity.
No bus for us! No bus for us!
They drive out of Manzanar.
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