Those are some powerful videos. I hadn't learned much about the Japanese Internment Camps growing up, so this was quite a reality check. I cannot imagine being that girl, living her life, and suddenly is socially and physically banished because she's an "other." Very tragic.
Are we still affected today by actions like these? Of course we are. Particularly redlining. All it takes is a drive through Chicago (where redlining originated, I believe) to see this truth. As long as political leaders - and their supporters - treat non-whites as less than, this will continue to be an ugly stain on our country.