My Name is Not Viola

Item # 154628.

By Larry Matsuda.

This story exemplifies what happens when historic racism and government policies intersect. Hanae Tamura strives to live a dignified life under undignified conditions. She manages to find balance even after being forcibly incarcerated twice: once in the WWII concentration camp at Minidoka, Idaho, without due process and again as a mental patient. Her lifelong quest to deal with the long-term consequences of America’s betrayal is a must read for those who value liberty and justice for all.

Paper: 322 pp.

 

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