Did We Learn Anything from Japanese Internments in WW2?
Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 3:16PM
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A new documentary entitled And Then They Came for Us is coming out about the American internment of people of Japanese descent in camps during World War 2 and the comparison to today.  I had a real privilege today to be a part of a Panel Discussion in Minneapolis on this issue along with Judge Lyonel Norris and Sally Sudo, who was herself interned as an American citizen in those Japanese camps when she was a child during the war.  The Seminar was put on jointly by the Hennepin County Bar Association Diversity Committe and the Minnesota Defense Lawyers Association Diversity Committee.  

Great seminar and great audience participation.  Hard questions and answers might be even harder.  

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