UC Berkeley Professor Michael Omi to Speak on JA during WW 2

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Conference/Presentation

May 201214
7:00p.m.

Sunnyvale Public Library
665 W. Olive Ave
Sunnyvale, California, 94086
United States

Michael Omi, Ph.D.,   Professor of Asian American Studies in  UC Berkeley’s Ethnic Studies Department, will speak on Monday, May 14, 2012 at 7 p.m. at Sunnyvale Public Library about the backstory of racial politics leading to the moving of Japanese Americans living on the West Coast to internment camps during WWII. 

This programs is supported by Searching for Democracy, an initiative of Cal Humanities in partnership with the California Center for the Book and the California State Library. Information on other programs in the Learning  from the Past: the Japanese American Experience  series can be found on the Sunnyvale Library website:  www.sunnyvalelibrary.org  or by calling   (408) 730-7300. Sunnyvale Public Library is located at 665 W. Olive Avenue, Sunnyvale  CA  94086.

 

JAMsj . Last modified May 10 2012 10:53 p.m.


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