Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Orange County's 1888 Center podcast: Chapters

   Listen to a discussion on stories surrounding the exclusion, forced removal, and incarceration of Japanese-Americans, as part of the podcast series, Chapters, with the 1888 Center.

  The discussion with Historic Wintersburg chair and author Mary Adams Urashima is at:  Mary Adams Urashima

   The full five-part series, including Sam Mihara, Dr. Stephanie Takaragawa, Naomi Hirahara, Dr. Kristine Dennehey, Dr. Ester E. Hernandez, and Louis Gomez is at: Chapters

   Chapters was supported by the California Civil Liberties Public Education Program administered by the California State Library. Our thanks to the 1888 Center for including us in the series.

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