Fred Korematsu Connecting the dots between the travel ban and Japanese American incarceration By Rose Aguilar & Laura Wenus • Mar 13, 2019 Dorothea Lange Listen Listening... / 51:57 The 3/13/19 broadcast of Your Call. On this edition of Your Call, we’ll talk about how the laws and policies that enabled the incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II are resurfacing today. How do we avoid repeating the civil liberties violations of Japanese American detention? By Rose Aguilar & Laura Wenus • Jan 3, 2019 Dorothea Lange / National Archives and Records Administration Listen Listening... / 51:55 The 1/3/2019 edition of Your Call On this edition of Your Call, we'll discuss links between the mass incarceration of people of Japanese descent and modern policies. Your Call: Taking inspiration from Fred Korematsu’s fight for justice By Rose Aguilar & Laura Flynn • May 11, 2017 Listen Listening... / 48:45 Authors Laura Atkins and Stan Yogi join us to discuss their new book, Fred Korematsu Speaks Up. Interview: The civil rights legacy of Fred Korematsu By Ben Trefny • Jan 18, 2017 Cropped and used under CC license from Flickr user Steve Rhodes Listen Listening... / 7:32 Civil rights advocates draw cautionary parallels from this moment in history to the 1940s, when the U.S. government forcibly incarcerated more than a hundred thousand Japanese Americans.