A Lesson from Oregon State University: Decades Later, Japanese-American Students Graduate

We are inspired by this story from Oregon State University:

More than 60 years since they were forced to leave their university during World War II, Japanese-Americans have received their honorary diplomas and an official apology from Oregon State University. Lee Hochberg reports on their long-awaited graduation.

To the officials at Oregon State University and the students who sought justice for them: Thank you for honoring these students after so many years–it was the right thing to do.  We hope that Harvard can learn from your exceptional leadership and grace.

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