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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|May 24, 2018-|
May 24, 2018
06:30PM - 08:30PM
|Gaye Le Baron Japanese and Italian Americans Enemy Aliens Under the Stars and Stripes|
Join Gaye LeBaron as she discusses with Marie Suguyama, Mary Bertolini Dowdall, Bob Bertolini and Janice Morikawa the experiences of their families
History Museum of Sonoma County
During WWII, Santa Rosa and the rest of Sonoma County lost an entire community of Japanese Americans as well as the trust of the Japanese and Italian Americans. Japanese Americans were forced to relocate and were incarcerated in camps, losing their homes and livelihoods. While the Italian Americans avoided wholesale incarceration, some Italian nationals were incarcerated in relocation camps. Non-citizen Italians were forced to register as “enemy aliens,” placed on house arrest, forced curfews and were not allowed to travel more than 5 miles from home. Join Press Democrat columnist Gaye LeBaron as she discusses with Marie Sugiyama, Mary Bertolini Dowdall, Bob Bertolini and Janice Morikawa, their or their parents’ experiences and how living as unwanted peoples changed their lives and their communities.
Lecture Sponsor receives 2 tickets and recognition in the Museum\\\'s marketing materials. Lecture sponsorships are fully tax-deductible.
Doors open at 6:30pm, the TALK begins at 7:00pm.
Members are free; Non-Member tickets are $10 prepaid or $15 at the door. Preregistration ends at 5pm on day of lecture.
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