From ACLU of Alaska <[email protected]>
Subject This Wednesday: Censored photos of Japanese-American detention.
Date September 9, 2019 7:26 PM
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Come hear what Japanese-American internment in WWII has to do with immigrant detention today.

Dear ACLU Supporter,

Come experience a one night only photo exhibit of Dorothea Lange's censored photographs of Japanese-American citizens detained during World War II. These powerful, framed images illustrate a dark period in history and show connections to the current detention of immigrants at our southern border.

Mass Detention: Censored Images of Japanese-American Internment
Join us for a special, one-night only photo exhibit.
Wednesday, September 11, 5 - 7:30 p.m.
Akela Collective
320 W 6th Ave. #132F
Anchorage, AK 99501
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Refreshments will be served and a brief presentation on the ACLU’s advocacy, both then and now, will happen around 6 p.m. This is a free event open to the public. Donations will be accepted.

We are excited to co-host this event with the Alaska Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League. I hope you can join us for this one-night only event!

In liberty,

Joshua A. Decker
Executive Director, ACLU of Alaska
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