ethnicity en Internment Camps in the U.S. <p>In 1942, the U.S. Government issued evacuation notices “to all persons of Japanese ancestry.”&nbsp; In the wake of Pearl Harbor, more than 110,000 Japanese-Americans were forced out of their homes and into internment camps. &nbsp;In this 'Talk of Iowa' program, Iowa State University Professor Emeritus and author Neil Nakadate&nbsp;talks about his family’s incarceration and his new memoir<em> Looking After Minidoka</em>.</p><p></p> Tue, 04 Mar 2014 20:36:22 +0000 Charity Nebbe 37072 at Internment Camps in the U.S. How Education Fits Into the Poverty Trap <p>The poverty rate of black Iowans is more than three times that of whites. For Hispanics, it is more than twice the poverty rate of whites.</p> Tue, 25 Feb 2014 22:36:09 +0000 Ben Kieffer & Emily Woodbury 36768 at How Education Fits Into the Poverty Trap Teaching Kids About Race <p>Children are very observant… they notice differences in skin colors, hair, clothes, ways of talking...&nbsp; Host Charity Nebbe discusses how children learn about race and how parents can teach their children about race and ethnicity with <a href="">Erin Winkler</a>, associate professor of <a href="">Africology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee</a>, and <a href="">Madeleine Rogin</a>, a kindergarten teacher and <a href=" Fri, 28 Jun 2013 19:46:47 +0000 Charity Nebbe & Sarah Boden 23179 at Teaching Kids About Race