On this episode of Overdue, we speak with filmmaker and owner of JJML Productions, Jon Osaki; State Law Librarian and Access to Justice Coordinator for the Hawaiʻi State Judiciary, Jenny Silbiger; and Professor Emerita and Director Emerita of the Fred T. Korematsu Center for Law and Equality at Seattle University School of Law, Lorraine Bannai, about Osaki’s documentary Alternative Facts: The Lies of Executive Order 9066, and how research and libraries played important roles in exposing the truths and in bringing people together in solidarity and community.
Date of interview: March 16, 2023
Hosts: LaRee Dominguez and Brittany Young
The petition for writ of error coram nobis and exhibits:
Continuing Legal Education Webinars:
Harris County Law Library:
King County Law Library
Using Korematsu to Teach Across the Law School Curriculum
These are teaching modules that use Korematsu (and for Civil Procedure, Hirabayashi) in several law school courses and programs, including law school orientation and Introduction to Law courses; Professional Responsibility; Civil Procedure; Legal Research and Writing skills; and Constitutional Law. Each module contains teaching plans and student materials, including overviews of the wartime incarceration, edited opinions, and questions for discussion.
For information about traveling exhibits, contact:
Stephanie Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Seattle University School of Law;
901 12th Ave, Sullivan Hall
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122-1090
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