By Sonali Kohli
The Japanese American children who spent years in World War II internment camps were hopeful.
Some thought racial discrimination would end after the war, they wrote in letters about their daily lives. But now, the grown-up survivors are seeing another group endure isolation and hatred: Muslim Americans.
That link is illustrated by the Muslim American children, ages 7-13, in filmmaker Frank Chi’s video, as they read the letters aloud with internment camp survivors (not the writers of the original letters).
Click here to read the rest of the article and to watch the video Muslim Children Read Japanese Internment Letters