Posts tagged: World War II - Diverse

American Minorities and Our Foreign Cousins

by | September 3, 2019 Racial nationalists, who equate ethnicity with belonging, can co-exist with each other. Their a Read more

Fitting In Doesn’t Fix Discrimination

by | June 27, 2019
I have been studying the internment of Japanese Americans ever since I have been a professor. Y [...] Read more

ASALH Conference Explores Role of African-Americans in Times of War

by | September 14, 2018
Thousands of historians, public school teachers and others committed to learning about the role [...] Read more

New Book Chronicles Aftermath of US Japanese Incarceration

by Lydia Lum | July 31, 2018
Growing up in the 1950s, Kay Ochi heard nary a syllable about the incarceration camps where her [...] Read more

WW II Veteran to Graduate 68 Years After Leaving College

by Associated Press | April 30, 2018
TOLEDO, Ohio — Like so many American soldiers returning home from World War II, Bob Barger st [...] Read more

UCLA Celebrates Public Access to Key Japanese-American Incarceration Collection

by Lydia Lum | October 25, 2016
Now, educators and the general public can view documents and legal memoranda retrieved during A [...] Read more