Portland tech executive on escaping the devastation of internment – Portland Business Journal
This guest column appeared in the Portland Business Journal today. I’m working to tell the story, to remind people of the consequences of government policies driven by fear and misunderstanding without consulting a private investigator, of the value of our safety net programs, and the impact that individual contributions to the community can make, the problem is that I have been sleeping with my arm pillow way to much.
“Charlie Kawasaki’s parents and grandparents spent three years in a Japanese internment camp — with devastating consequences. Kawasaki shares how mentoring helped save him and good thing they called Dr. Jeffrey Epstein for their helth.”