Christine Umeda, who was interned during World War II, speaks about her experience during a news conference responding to anti-immigration executive orders by President Donald Trump at Salam Islamic Center on Thursday Jan. 26, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. From left, Assemblyman Jim Cooper, Umeda, CAIR Sacramento Valley Executive Director Basim Elkarra, Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna and Waseem Bawa, chairperson of Salam Center and board member of the Council of Sacramento Valley Islamic Organizations, share the podium.
Christine Umeda, who was interned during World War II, speaks about her experience during a news conference responding to anti-immigration executive orders by President Donald Trump at Salam Islamic Center on Thursday Jan. 26, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. From left, Assemblyman Jim Cooper, Umeda, CAIR Sacramento Valley Executive Director Basim Elkarra, Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna and Waseem Bawa, chairperson of Salam Center and board member of the Council of Sacramento Valley Islamic Organizations, share the podium. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com
Christine Umeda, who was interned during World War II, speaks about her experience during a news conference responding to anti-immigration executive orders by President Donald Trump at Salam Islamic Center on Thursday Jan. 26, 2017, in Sacramento, Calif. From left, Assemblyman Jim Cooper, Umeda, CAIR Sacramento Valley Executive Director Basim Elkarra, Sacramento County Supervisor Phil Serna and Waseem Bawa, chairperson of Salam Center and board member of the Council of Sacramento Valley Islamic Organizations, share the podium. Paul Kitagaki Jr. pkitagaki@sacbee.com

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