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The WWII Incarceration of Japanese Americans in U.S. Concentration Camps: A Discussion About When Democracy Failed and How to Protect It for All - Speaker view
Nils Skudra
01:02:03
I am originally from Berkeley and a UC Berkeley alumnus, now living in North Carolina, and I am seriously considering relocation to Sacramento in the event of a job opening. I'm particularly interested in working at Sacramento State in its academic library or archives!
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01:04:31
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Amy Kautzman
01:06:07
All the LOVE to Marielle!
Nancy Ciraulo
01:06:30
Hello, Marielle and Julie, from Nancy Ciraulo. :) Francisco is still in school, or he would be here, too. :)
Paula Fujiwara
01:25:03
it was Wayne Collins, he was not Jewish., but of Irish descent. a hero among JAs.
Kazuya Sato
01:48:34
Joined late and missed the beginning. Looks like this is recorded. Will it be available to others later? If so, where? Link name? Kaz Sato
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01:52:15
Hello, we are recording, but I am not certain how it will be sent out. Please contact Julie Thomas after the event for the link: jthomas1@csus.edu.
Barbara Takei
02:04:10
How about mentioning the 522nd, liberating the Dachau death camp, while their families were incarcerated in America.
Leonor Ehling
02:23:30
I believe Ms. Tsukamoto isn't aware that her camera is on. You might want to turn it off for her, which you can do as a host.
Leonor Ehling
02:24:09
Never mind!
Stanley Shikuma
02:26:01
Think that is the Gothic Line
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02:30:19
Julie Thomas: jthomas1@csus.edu
Stanley Shikuma
02:32:41
Col. Karl Bendetsen, chief aide to Gen DeWitt
Heather Lanctot
02:34:01
Hi Julie! If you want to share with the attendees: the Yolo County Archives will be hosting a presentation tomorrow at 11am where Floyd Shimomura (who was the National President of the Japanese American Citizens League in 1982 and was involved in the redress movement, helping to draft the redress resolution) will be talking about the Japanese American Community in Winters.
Heather Lanctot
02:35:49
Wonderful presentation! Thank you Julie and Marielle.
Jennifer Nishizaki-Ngo
02:36:13
Thank you so much! What an informative program!
Katie Uemura
02:37:53
Marielle, thank you for your significant stories of incarceration, racism and history! My dad from Hawai’i was in the 442nd RCT and loved hearing your stories of the 100th/442nd.
Julie Thomas
02:43:09
Densho.org
Brittney Wheaton
02:46:43
Thank you all. Great discussion and impactful takeaways!
Merri Akiyama
02:52:50
Thank you both for sharing this wonderful presentation with us. We appreciate what you're doing to preserve the history--it means so much to us as a family from the Florin community.
Gail Desler
02:55:50
Thank you, Julie and Marielle, for a beautiful, inspiring session - truly a call to action and a reminder of the importance of learning about stories from our own communities.
Sherri Inenaga
02:55:58
Thank you very much for this interesting and educational program!
Jennifer Laam
02:56:14
Thank you so much. This was powerful.
Amy Kautzman
02:56:19
Wonderful conversation, thank you both
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02:56:28
Japanese American Archival Collection: https://library.csus.edu/index.php/japanese-american-archival-collection
Howard Kato
02:57:20
Thank you Julie and Marielle