Name Professor Course Date Civil liberties No government in the world should deny individuals their rights and liberties. It does not matter whether there is any violation of a certain set amendment. It also does not matter where the person is from or their skin color. Every human being has the right and freedom Hopefully Never to Be Repeated." Pepp. L. Rev. 39 (2011): 163. Serrano Susan Kiyomi and Dale Minami. "Korematsu v. United States: A constant caution in a time of crisis." Asian LJ10 (2003): 37. Greenwald Robert. "Unconstitutional: The war on our civil liberties." New York: The Disinformation Company (2004). Korematsu Documentary. Retrieved from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_fC3kSuxVI Unconstitutional Documentary. Retrived from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGMn-xzV-UA [...]
Everything in paragraph form no format. Due on the 6th March. Please no one sentence answers Please watch the documentary on youtube: Please follow every instruction that is posted. Instructions: Consider the challenges involved when trying to balance civil liberties and national security during threatening times. Reflect on the two documentaries that you watched (Korematsu and Unconstitutional) and respond to the questions below. Please do not include the questions in your response. Click on reply and respond to the questions below. Please reference the documentary to demonstrate that you have watched it. You should also reference the reading materials in your post. Should the federal government have the authority to deny individual rights and liberties during times of war even if it violates 5th amendment due process rights? If yes, why? If no then, why not? As an evacuee, write ( around 5 sentences or more) to the Supreme Court outlining your objections to the relocation of Japanese Americans. "There are Arab-Americans today who are going through what Japanese Americans experienced years ago, and we can't let that happen again," …"I met someone years ago who had never heard about the roundup of Japanese-Americans. It's been 60 years since this [arrest] happened, and it's happening again, and that's why I continue to talk about what happened to me." Fred Korematsu Consider the quote above from Fred Korematsu. 3.Do you think there are parallels between the two documentaries? If so then what are the parallels? If they are different then how so? 4.Would you be willing to give up your rights or the rights of your children during threatening times for the possibility of safety?