Scott Fujita to host Electronic Field Trip for The National WWII Museum in New Orleans

On Thursday, May 13 at 9am & 12pm (CT), Scott will host the Electronic Field Trip Japanese American Experiences in WWII.

This Electronic Field Trip places students in the shoes of young Japanese Americans who were forcibly removed from the West Coast after the United States’ entrance into World War II.
At the heart of the program will be an interview between Amy Mass, who was incarcerated at Heart Mountain as a child, and her grandson Ryo. Interwoven with Amy’s firsthand testimony will be a visit to The National WWII Museum for an up-close look at primary sources and artifacts.

Student viewers will not just be sitting and watching, but participating in polls and Q&A throughout the live webcast.

Scott is honored to have been asked to serve as host for this remarkable field trip. His father Rodney was born in Gila River incarceration camp during World War II and his grandfather served in the all-Nisei 442nd Regimental Combat Team.

Click here for the National WWII Museum's Field Trip web page for more details and additional links to sign up and submit questions.

The National WWII Museum tells the story of the American experience in the war that changed the world—why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today—so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn.
 
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