Thursday, March 21st (link)
|11:10 am-12:00 pm||VANISHED: Latin American Internment in the US, 1942-48 Thomas Commons|
During WWII, the U.S. government rounded up over 5,000 Latin Americans of German, Japanese, and Italian descent and forcibly brought them to camps in Texas and elsewhere. There, hundreds were "traded" for Axis-held U.S. nationals. How was this possible? Could it happen again? Guest Lecturer: Historian and visiting German culture and language instructor Michael Luick-Thrams.
Co-sponsors: Cole Library, Spiritual Life, Int'l Life, Union Latinx, GSS & Latin American Studies
|5:30 pm-7:30 pm||LEADS Gale Mote workshop: Being Decisive and Knowing Best How to Decide Berry Career Institute|
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