MUSLIM KIDS SHOW HISTORY STILL REPEATING ITSELF

During World War II, a San Diego librarian named Clara Estelle Breed could often be found at the local railroad station, passing out stamped and self-addressed postcards to the Japanese-American children being shipped off to what officials euphemistically called “internment camps.” “Write letters to me,” she told the youngsters, whom she’d grown to adore from… Read More MUSLIM KIDS SHOW HISTORY STILL REPEATING ITSELF