WW: Is there any concern that your victory in court is just one example of a success, amongst a sea of other violations that continue to persist unchallenged by the courts?
WW: In the "War on Terror," are there ever situations where targeting a Muslim suspect is acceptable?
WW: What are the parallels between the Japanese internment of the 1940's and our government's treatment of Muslims in America today?
WW: What prevents a new internment order from being issued today, but toward Muslims in America?
WW: So have we learned anything from our mistakes?
WW: Have any of the intelligence agencies learned a lesson as a result of your success in court?
WW: Do you see yourself as taking on the role of an outspoken civil rights activist, or are you trying to make a conscious return to a private, family life?
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Tuesday, February 27
5 pm, Waypost Cafe, 3120 N Williams, (503) 367-3182