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Testifiers continue to speak out on economic and property loss as a result of forced relocation and internment. Japanese Americans share their experiences of search, seizure, and mistreatment during their time spent in internment camps.

Introduction by Alison Kochiyama, Executive Director of the Gardena Valley Japanese Cultural Institute.

Part 6 Testifiers: 

Kiyoshi Sonoda

Larry Boss

Mary Ishizuka

Ann Matsuda

Jim Matsuoka

Noboru Nakamoto

Kathryn N. Masaoka

Kuniko Okumura Sato

Yayoi Arakawa Ono

Hector Watanabe

To commemorate the 40th anniversary of the 1981 Commission on Wartime Relocation and Internment of Civilians (CWRIC) Los Angeles hearings, Visual Communications and Nikkei for Civil Rights & Redress (NCRR) presents SPEAK OUT FOR JUSTICE, the entire gavel-to-gavel tape coverage of the Los Angeles hearings, held August 4 - 6, 1981. We are releasing the full 26 hours of tapes, comprising over 150 testimonies from those impacted by Executive Order 9066, including special introductions by various community members.

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    122 minutes
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    United States