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Never Again: Japanese American WWII History and American Muslim Rights Today

Seventy-five years ago, approximately 7,000 Seattleites were ordered by the U.S. military to leave their homes and sent to incarceration camps. Most ended up at desolate Minidoka in southern Idaho. President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Executive Order 9066, signed on February … Continue reading

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Seattle Reads Author Amy Waldman Reflects on Her Recent Experiences at Seattle Public Library Readings

Author Amy Waldman recently appeared at several Seattle Public Library locations to talk with audiences about her novel,  The Submission, this year’s Seattle Reads selection. The book describes the events following a jury’s blind selection of a ground zero memorial, designed by a Muslim-American architect. Here are … Continue reading

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