Following the attack on Pearl Harbor, 120,000 people of Japanese descent were forcibly removed from their homes, uprooted from the lives they built and stripped of their civil rights. The aftermath of Japanese American incarceration led to a national movement for reparations.
Reset learns about Reckoning, a new interactive web curriculum about the Japanese American redress movement in Chicago and the lessons their story holds for communities seeking justice and healing today.
GUESTS: Katherine Nagasawa, leader producer of Reckoning and Uprooted
Bill Yoshino, former Midwest regional director for the Japanese American Citizens League
Emma Saito Lincoln, director of the Legacy Center at the Japanese American Service Committee