When Can We Go Back to America?
USC history lecturer Susan Kamei profiled 130 Japanese Americans who were placed in detention camps following the bombing of Pearl Harbor. This was a virtual event hosted by the Japanese American National Museum and the Japanese American Citizens League.
People in this video
Ann Burroughs President and CEO Japanese American National Museum
- William "Sandy" A. Darity Jr. Professor Duke University->Public Policy Studies
Susan Kamei Author
- Kirsten Mullen Author and Lecturer
Matthew Weisbly Coordinator Japanese American Citizens League->Education and Communications
Joy Yamaguchi Coordinator Japanese American National Museum->Public Programs
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