Tue, May 18 | Zoom

Virtual Water Cooler Chat — Clarence Moriwaki

Clarence Moriwaki will talk about the racial implications of the Japanese internment camps in World War II and discuss the lessons that we can learn from them.
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Virtual Water Cooler Chat — Clarence Moriwaki

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May 18, 1:00 PM – 1:45 PM EDT
Zoom

About the Event

This Asian American Pacific Islanders Heritage month, let’s talk about how our modern workplaces can embrace diversity. Clarence Moriwaki will talk about the racial implications of the Japanese internment camps in World War II and discuss the lessons that we can learn from them. Mr. Moriwaki is founder of the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community and has been a spokesman to the White House. We can discuss our thoughts at the end.

Clarence Moriwaki is the president of the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Community and a founder and former president of the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial Association. Moriwaki has written guest editorials on the subject that have been published nationwide. Moriwaki has served as a spokesperson for administrations including the Clinton Administration, the Office of the Governor, and Congressman Jay Inslee.

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