To know your history you must learn from it.
The families of Gordon Hirayabashi, Minoru Yasui and Fred Korematsu are carrying on the legacies of these courageous Japanese American pioneers.
All three men challenged the constitutionality of the evacuation orders that lead to the incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII.
All three men paid a personal price for their activism.
Now their children are speaking out against the Muslim travel ban, drawing parallels between incarceration camps and the travel ban today.
They’ve filed amicus briefs opposing the executive order in the U.S. Supreme Court. The case was scheduled to be heard today, but was cancelled.