How are we dealing with “confinement”? What fears and worries come up? How does our past family experiences as Japanese Americans inform our present?
The present anti-Asian hysteria revives memories of racial prejudice and discrimination.
As shelter-in-place continues, the isolation can be even more challenging for communities who have experienced mass incarceration. On this online community talk I'll offer my thoughts on forced confinement then and now.
To register for free: shorturl.at/hpszS