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I do not look upon these United States as a finished product. We are still in the making ~Franklin D. Roosevelt


Citizenship in the Balance

Japanese Internment and WWII
DATE: Sunday, December 17
TIME: 1:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Henry A. Wallace Visitor and Education Center
Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum

Join the Gillespie Forum for a film screening of “Witness: The Legacy of Heart Mountain.” A Q&A with filmmaker David Ono will follow the screening. This four-time Emmy Award winning documentary tells the story of the Heart Mountain internment camp in Cody, WY, where over 10,000 Japanese and Japanese-Americans were imprisoned for one crime-their heritage. Free and open to the public.

A Hudson Valley Community Forum

The Gillespie Forum was founded in 1988. Its mission
is to inform and engage the community by presenting viewpoints, programs and speakers on significant issues.

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The Forum cooperates with local colleges to host events, lectures and film screenings on diverse topics ranging from the crisis in contemporary media to sustainability, from the Holocaust to Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt.