The Trump administration announced new tariffs aimed at steel and aluminum imports from Europe, Canada and Mexico. We'll find out what that means for US businesses and consumers. Plus, a new project called "Rent-a-Jew" is aiming to educate Germans and stop the rise of anti-Semitism. And the descendants of Alaska Natives who were taken prisoner by the Japanese during World War II get to return to their ancestral home: the island of Attu in the Aleutian chain.
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In 1942, there were 44 people living on Attu Island, nearly all Alaska Natives. They were taken as captives to Japan, where half of them died. And after the war, the federal government forbade them from returning.
Students at Williams College in Massachusetts are joining other institutions to demand Asian American Studies programs. It is a push, some scholars say, that is about advancing other programs, too, including African American and Latino academic programs.