Civil Liberties in Times of Crisis: Japanese-American Internment and America Today
In celebration of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, University of Pennsylvania Law Professor Kermit Roosevelt is joined by Karen Korematsu, founder of the Fred T. Korematsu Institute and daughter of the civil rights activist, to discuss Roosevelt’s latest novel, Allegiance. Jess Bravin, Supreme Court correspondent for The Wall Street Journal, moderates.
A book sale and signing with Kermit Roosevelt will follow the discussion.
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