I missed it, but LAST Sunday was Fred Korematsu Day in California.
Here is a link to why it was Fred Korematsu Day and why we should all pay attention to him, and to Justice Robert Jackson's dissent when Mr Korematsu's case made it to the Supreme Court of the United States.
For those wondering, I find the suppression of evidence by the prosecution to be inexcusable. The US Solicitor General at the time, Mr Charles H Fahy should have been prosecuted for this, although God's statute of limitations probably intervened before he could be brought to trial.
Sometimes they do something right in California.
Regards — Cliff