Washington Post Op-Ed: My father resisted Japanese internment. Trump’s travel ban is just as unfair

We must not make the same mistake now that the United States did during World War II.

At the beginning of World War II, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, now remembered as a shameful precedent in our nation’s history. With Roosevelt’s signature, my father, Fred T. Korematsu, and almost 120,000 other Japanese Americans were unconstitutionally incarcerated on the theory that they would be disloyal and engage in espionage against the United States.

Read the op-ed here.