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Artists have been shining a light on the lives of Japanese women living in Britain since 1945 so that the wider community can get a better understanding of the pressures faced by an often overlooked minority group.

A theater company has been using exhibitions and drama based on an oral history project called “Tsunagu/Connect” to show the highs and lows the women experienced as they navigated new lives thousands of kilometers from their home country.

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