Letters: Consider all minority views

I agree that Black individuals, not just especially parents, should be consulted about correcting and teaching about American history [“Marshawn Wolley: Black parents should be consulted on teaching racism,” Forefront, Feb. 11].

But that should also go for other racial and ethnic minorities.

I am a fourth-generation Japanese American and can lay out a litany of racist or racially insensitive acts that I and my ancestors have been subjected to for over 100 years including now.

–Kelvin Okamoto

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