We’re a little late with this, but on May 25, 2017, Gideon Culman, who publishes the K Street Coaching blog, interviewed Rose Masters, Park Ranger (interpretive staff), Manzanar National Historic Site, in a piece entitled, “Race Prejudice, War Hysteria, and a Failure of Political Leadership – Interview.”
The interview runs the gamut of Manzanar history and its stories; the Japanese American Incarceration experience and much more.
Give it a listen below:
LEAD PHOTO: Park Rangers Alisa Lynch (left) and Rose Masters (right), part of the interpretive staff at Manzanar National Historic Site, are shown here during the 48th Annual Manzanar Pilgrimage on April 29, 2017. Photo: Geri Ferguson/Manzanar Committee.
Race Prejudice, War Hysteria, and a Failure of Political Leadership – Interview
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