What does the idea of "Hoosier Hospitality" really mean? In this month's episode, we tell the story of a group of hospitable Hoosiers who--in the face of tremendous wartime hysteria--helped Japanese American students escape West Coast internment camps and resettle in Indiana during World War II. This story inspired our discussion about courage and the ethics of state-determined borders. This episode was made in partnership with Indiana Humanities. This episode is an officially endorsed Indiana Bicentennial Legacy Project. Continue reading