PANEL IN CELEBRATION OF FRED KOREMATSU DAY OF CIVIL LIBERTIES & THE CONSTITUTION ON ZOOM
Thursday, January 277:00—8:15 PMVirtual
Join us to commemorate Fort Lee's 3rd Annual Fred Korematsu Day. Fred Korematsu made the brave decision at the age of 23 to challenge the policy of Japanese Internment by refusing to abide by Executive Order 9066 in February 1942 that all Japanese Americans on the West Coast report to internment camps - a fight he took all the way to the Supreme Court.
Keynote Speaker: Takeshi Furumoto - Founder of Fred Korematsu Day, Fort Lee Businessman, Activist & Japanese Internment Camp Survivor
Representative of the Governing Body of Fort Lee;
Koji Sato, President of New York Japanese American Association;
Mako Yoshioka, Local Community Leader;
~Message from Dr. Karen Korematsu, Founder of the Fred T. Korematsu Institute~
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