George Takei: Standing Up to Racism Then and Now Online Tonight 8pm Eastern

Posted on April 13, 2020 at 2:06 pm

George Takei: Standing Up to Racism, Then and Now

Facing History writes: Amid these unprecedented times, we recognize that coming together as a community is as important as ever. We invite you to gather your family, grab some snacks, and join the Facing History community for a special series of engaging and thought-provoking online conversations about what it means to face history now.

For the first conversation in this series, actor and activist George Takei will join us to discuss his family’s wrongful incarceration during WWII, and the anti-Asian racism on the rise today.

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