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JACL-ADL's Virtual Pilgrimage to Heart Mountain: A Discussion on Identity, Holocaust, and Incarceration - Shared screen with speaker view
Sam Mihara
15:38
Hello all from Huntington Beach.
Bill Mowat
16:30
Hi to the panelists (especially Eric) from Bellevue, WA
Keith Watabayashi
17:11
Hello from Silverlake
Sam Mihara
24:40
Thank you Eric and hello Aura.
Sam Mihara
31:30
There are so many similarities:
Sam Mihara
33:21
Confiscation of valuables, registration of families, assigned prisoner numbers, frozen bank accounts, loss of property and loss of jobs. Most important - similarities in hate against a racial / religious group.
Alejandra Ortiz
38:57
Interesting point!
Kerry Cababa
49:19
Kerry Cababa
50:50
I am honored to hear Eric speak “in person” and am wondering if your generation strove to be more “American” as did the JAs growing up in the 50s, after camp. Thank you for your insight.
Kerry Cababa
01:04:39
Hi Aura! From your comments, I think you're more JA than you realize. I am happy for you now that you’re genuinely “out”.
James Kurtz-Phelan
01:09:25
The Japanese American camps were indeed concentration camps, but they were not death camps in the same way as those created by the Nazis.
Maddie Solomon
01:11:06
https://action.adl.org/j7MQiur
Bill Mowat
01:11:28
Thank you all for a great program! Hope to hear from you again at a future program.
shira goodman
01:11:50
Maddie, maybe put in chat Text Teach to 52886 to be connected to the action
Thomas M KURIHARA
01:11:53
Mr Muller, I am working with Tom Kowalick on black box standards for vehicles.
Jeremy Shaver
01:12:15
Thank you all for a meaningful program.
Maddie Solomon
01:12:30
Again you can text "Teach" to 52886
Tracy Slater
01:13:37
Thanks you all--and thank you for the links above. Hugely helpful.
Kerry Cababa
01:13:44
Wonderful presentation. Thank you!
Tema Smith
01:13:51
msolomon@adl.org
Tracy Slater
01:14:02
Thanks, Tema!