1. What They Could Carry….return to Manzanar


    from Brenda Berry / Added

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    This is a short story about the Japanese from Bainbridge Island WA who were interred at Manzanar during WWII. In the Spring of 2012, former internees, community members and family return and talk…

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    • Fumiko Hayashida - The Woman Behind the Symbol - Clip


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      In February 1942, two months after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, the U.S. government issued Executive Order 9066 authorizing the relocation of 110,000 people of Japanese ancestry living on the West…

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      • Central Illinois World War II Stories: Yukiko Okinaga Llewellyn, Champaign


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        Yuki Llewellyn spent three years during World War II interned at the Manzanar Assembly Center in California. Llewellyn and her 23-year-old single mother were evacuated from Little Tokyo in Los Angeles,…

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        • Honorable Journey


          from Stephen Menick / Added

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          They've attacked America. We look just like them. What will become of us? Narrated by George Takei, HONORABLE JOURNEY was selected for the 2013 GI Film Festival (Washington DC) and for the New…

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          • Ichikawa-Kuwayama


            from Friends of World War II Memorial / Added

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            • Rabbit in the Moon Trailer


              from emiko omori / Added

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              The story of 120,000 Japanese Americans who were imprisoned in camps during World War II. The trampling of civil rights; a generation's loss of a lifetime's work; the fissures created in a strong,…

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              • A Flicker in Eternity trailer


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                Based on the diary and letters of Stanley Hayami, this promising young artist/writer is thrown into the turmoil of World War II when more than 120,000 Japanese Americans are put into concentration…

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                • When Dreams Are Interrupted: San Diego


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                  A collaborative performance project between a visual artist and a contemporary dance troupe, addressing the Japanese American Incarceration. Collaboration by Wendy Maruyama, visual artist, The…

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                  • John Tagami reflects on the meaning of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988


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                    John Tagami reflects on the meaning of the 20th Anniversary of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988.

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                    • The artist Hiro is interviewed during the 20th Anniversary Gala for the Civil Liberties Act of 1988 Tribute


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                      Interview of attendee, Hiro, at the 20th Anniversary Civil Liberties Act of 1988 Tribute speaks on the importance of understanding what happens to minorities in the US.

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