Allied with Japanese America: New Stories of Supporters during World War II

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Saturday December 8

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10:00 AM  –  5:00 PM

During World War II, many people defended Japanese Americans living under martial law in Hawaii. Others supported Japanese Americans in the US military, those behind barbed wire in America’s concentration camps, and families trying to resettle after the war.

Leading scholars, filmmakers, and writers present their findings about Buddhist and Christian clergy, African American and Chinese American leaders, and others who courageously spoke out for the Japanese American community. Presented in partnership with USC Shinso Ito Center for Japanese Religions and Culture.

The program is free, but RSVP is required using the form below.

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