A Bitter Legacy

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Saturday November 18

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2:00 PM  –  4:00 PM

Inside the World War II camps where Japanese Americans were incarcerated, secret prisons were created for those considered "troublemakers" and "collaborators" by the US government. Claudia Katayanagi's film looks at these "citizen isolation centers," now considered precursors to Guantanamo, and examines their legacy. Discussion with the filmmaker 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.