A new video calls on Americans not to normalize hate and asks whether history is repeating itself. The PSA starts with 89-year-old Haru Kuromiya, who was one of the 120,000 Japanese-Americans forced into internment camps, telling her story.
"It all started with fear and rumors," Kuromiya says. "Then it bloomed into the registration of Japanese-Americans and then labeling with the physical tags and then eventually the internment."
But then something unexpected happens.
The video, which Grammy-nominated singer Katy Perry funded and executive produced, draws parallels between what happened in the 1940s and Trump's alarming proposal to track Muslims now. It's a chilling warning that we cannot be complacent and must keep history from repeating itself.