Look carefully at this drawing of siblings Miné and Benji Okubo.
- What is the first thing you notice?
- How might you describe the expressions on their faces?
- Their last name, Okubo, is written on one bag. What do you think “13660” is? Why do you think that number is everywhere?
The Okubos are waiting with their luggage to be taken away from their home in California. The government assigned them “13660” as their family number, and they have been instructed to pin that number on themselves and to all of their luggage. They do not know it yet, but they will eventually be incarcerated in Topaz, Utah.