Relive history with Governor Ralph Carr. In 1942, 120,000 Japanese Americans were evicted from the West Coast and resettled in camps that were built in rural American areas. Camp Amache, near Granada, Colorado was home to almost 10,000 evacuees. Although citizens of the United States, their constitutional rights were suspended. Many governors resisted the relocation of Japanese to their own states, but Ralph Carr welcomed all evacuees to resettle in Colorado. Carr’s petitions for racial tolerance and protection of the constitutional rights of the Japanese Americans are generally thought to have cost him his political career. Join us as Jim Wilkins presents a portrayal of Ralph Carr, giving his insight to this courageous leader and the circumstances around his decision.