Wyoming’s history has its highs and lows. This comes from a dark chapter in our nation’s history. In World War 2 after the attack on Pearl Harbor, America feared attacks from inside our country from Japanese Americans. We gathered these American citizens and put them in "Relocation Centers” for our safety. One of these camps is located in Wyoming, Heart Mountain. In these videos, the government admits the people relocated did not break any law. Can we learn from our history? Or are we doomed to repeat it?