Hidden Histories: The Story and Legacy of Japanese American WWII Incarceration

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Saturday September 30

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2:00 PM  –  4:00 PM

 Hidden Histories is a touring program of five short narrative films about the World War II incarceration of Japanese Americans. Each film tells a personal story dramatizing a different period of this history, form the issuance of Executive Order 9066 to the incarceration's present-day legacy for younger generations. Discussion with the filmmakers to follow.

This program is free for Museum members and included with general admission for non-members*. Please purchase admission at the front desk prior to the event. RSVPs are strongly encouraged using this online form.

*Please note, general adult admission will be $12 effective September 19, 2017.