In World War ll, more than 110,000 Japanese-Americans were forced into relocation camps across the US. This film traces the lives of the 16,000 people who were sent to two camps in southeast Arkansas. Through interviews with the internees and local citizens, the program explores how the influx of outsiders affected the local community and the impact this history had on the issues of civil rights and social justice in America then and now.
Aug 03, 2006, 18:08:16
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