George Takei:
Por qué amo a un país que me traicionó una vez.

TEDxKyoto · 15:58 · Filmed Jun 2014
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De niño, George Takei y su familia fueron llevados a la fuerza a un campo de concentración para japoneses-estadounidenses, como medida de "seguridad" durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial. 70 años después, Takei observa cómo ese campo formó su sorprendente definición personal de patriotismo y democracia.

Actor and activist
The beloved Mr. Sulu from the original Star Trek, George Takei is an activist for human rights (and a master of Facebook memes). Full bio
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