Cast In Bronze: Terminology and Memory of the Japanese American WWII Incarceration Experience

A pig wearing lipstick is still a pig. A U.S. government calling the WWII treatment of Japanese Americans euphemisms like relocation, evacuation, assembly, and internment is still an American concentration camp locking up innocent Americans on the basis of their race. Download the event flyer here. Come to a fascinating regional forum on Saturday, October … Continue reading Cast In Bronze: Terminology and Memory of the Japanese American WWII Incarceration Experience