Old sins have long shadows — especially as long as people are alive to remember the sins. We visit Amache, where thousands of Japanese Americans and other immigrants were imprisoned during World War II. Every May, descendants and survivors return.
Juries are living, breathing beasts made up of 8 or 12 or 15 people, each with their own quirks and quibbles, not to mention beefs and biases. What could possibly go wrong?
From Aztec and Mayan artifacts in a museum in Vienna to pieces of art Nazis stole from Jewish families sitting in galleries across the world, we explore the thorny issues of stealing, co-opting, owning and returning cultural heritage pieces.