Four Corners Edition, 2/18/22: Japanese incarceration; plus, costly childcare in Colorado
On this week's show:
- It’s been eighty years after the World War Two order that sent Japanese Americans to incarceration camps. One former camp in Colorado may become a national historic site.
- And we’ll look at how the incarceration order affected one Japanese-American man and how he got justice many years later.
Four Corners Edition is a presentation of KSUT Four Corners Public Radio and KSUT Tribal Radio. The production staff includes Ken Brott, Stasia Lanier, and Lorena Richards. Mark Duggan is Senior Producer and Editor. Our theme music was composed and performed by Jonas Grushkin. Additional music is from Blue Dot Sessions.