Sally Sudo to speak on WWII internment camps
Acknowledging the 75th anniversary of a tragic chapter in U.S. history, guest speaker Sally Sudo will recount a first-person historical account of Japanese American incarceration during World War II, in a talk, entitled "February 19, 1942: A Day the Constitution Died: Race, Gender and Citizenship-Incarceration of Japanese-Americans during World War II and Implications for Today."
The moderator will be Dr. Kathleen Laughlin, Department of History. Light refreshments are provided. The event is sponsored by the Department of History, Department of Ethnic and Religious Studies, and the Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship. The event is free and open to the public.