Camp Connections: A Conversation about Civil Rights and Social Justice in Arkansas<./b> is a unique opportunity for scholars to listen and discuss issues about Japanese American incarceration during World War II and African American civil rights issues during that period. Presenters include the foremost scholars in the area of Japanese American incarceration, former inmates, and other experts in the areas of civil rights issues. Conference will also include the premiere of "In Time of Fear," a documentary on the Arkansas camps and exhibit openings. Early registration ends June 30, 2004.
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