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Without Due Process (DVD)
Item No.: 40119


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By Erin Okamoto Protsman.

This documentary profiles the Okamotos, a Japanese American family who share their experiences and feelings about being incarcerated. They discuss the negative and positive aspects of their incarceration, their initial reactions of their imprisonment, day-to-day life in the camps, how they feel today about the “internment,” as well as what it means to be Japanese American in this country.

The Okamotos generously share a dark chapter in their lives so that others will learn the lessons of history and then never forget the devastation prejudice has caused these and many other American citizens.

Running time: 44 min.

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