Heart Mountain Week Explores Lessons From The Past On Immigration, Executive Orders
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Kunio Yamamoto facing Heart Mountain, 1944.” George and Frank C. Hirahara Photograph Collection, 1932-2016 (SC14). Courtesy Manuscripts, Archives & Special Collections,Washington State University, Pullman. / UW College of Law
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Director of the International Human Rights Clinic and Assistant Professor of Law Suzie Pritchett.
University of Wyoming College of Law
This year is the 75th anniversary of the executive order that lead to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II.
To mark the occasion, the University Of Wyoming College Of Law is hosting Heart Mountain Week – a week of programming that explores what can be learned from this chapter in American History. Director of the International Human Rights Clinic and Assistant Professor of Law Suzie Pritchett joined Wyoming Public Radio’s Caroline Ballard to talk about Heart Mountain Week.