Virtual Ranger Talk from Minidoka National Historic Site


7:00 pm -
8:00 pm

During World War II, over 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry were forcibly removed from their homes and incarcerated without due process of law. The Minidoka concentration camp once held over 13,000 Japanese Americans in the Idaho desert. Of the 10 incarceration camps in the United States, Minidoka had the highest percentage of incarcerees to serve in the military: over 950 people, who either volunteered or were drafted, served their country after being incarcerated at the camp.

This program will take place on Zoom, and registration is required. Click here to register.

This program is presented in collaboration with the Greenburgh, Irvington, Lewisboro, and Ruth Keeler Memorial Libraries.

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