We did a version of our school presentation at the California Historical Society back in June. We had the honor of speaking alongside Karen Korematsu and Sharon Omi, who read from her father George’s memoir, American Yellow. You can watch the whole thing here:

This could be particularly helpful for teachers who are considering having us come to speak. This shows a version of our main presentation, though we have other options and are happy to talk about different ways of reaching students.

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