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Race, Gender, and Citizenship

  • Metropolitan State University Library and Learning Center 645 7th Street East Saint Paul, MN, 55106 United States (map)

All are invited to a special event commemorating the 75th anniversary of a tragic chapter in US history.

February 19, 1942: A Day the Constitution Died
Race, Gender, and Citizenship
Japanese-American Incarceration During WWII and Implications for Today

Guest Speaker Ms. Sally Sudo will provide a first-person historical account of her and her family's incarceration following the Executive Order issued by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1942. Dr. Kathleen Laughlin, Department of History, will moderate.

Cosponsored by Metropolitan State Univ. Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship, Office of Diversity and Equity, Department of History, and Department of Ethnic and Religious Studies.

If you need disability related accommodations, including parking, to make this event accessible, please contact the Center for Accessibility Resources, 651-793-1549 or accessibility.resources@metrostate.edu.

Earlier Event: October 10
St. Paul Mayoral Candidate Meet and Greet
Later Event: October 11
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