Wednesday on Lake Effect:
We learn about the enduring legacy of Japanese internment camps through the book, Setsuko’s Secret. Then, we learn about the lesser-told history of women of color involved in the suffrage movement in America. Plus, a look back at Schuster’s Holiday Parade with historian John Gurda.
- Shirley Ann Higuchi, author of Setsuko’s Secret: Heart Mountain and the Legacy of the Japanese American Incarceration; Kathy Saito Yuille, subject & Higuchi's aunt
- Veronica Chambers, editor of narrative projects at The New York Times
- John Gurda, writer and historian