353 W Commonwealth Ave
Distinguished Speaker Series: SAM MIHARA
In 1942, the U.S. Government forced 9-year-old Sam and his family, along with everyone of Japanese ancestary living in the West, out of their homes and into prison Camps. Sam and his family were sent to a prison camp called Heart Mountain in desolate northern Wyoming. The entire family lived in one small room without facilities for three years.
This discussion will be proceeded by a book signing with the speaker before the talk at 6:00 PM.