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Mental health professionals provide insight into the detrimental effects of camp trauma and the impact on psychological and physical health. Japanese Americans speak out on the extreme racial prejudice and discrimination experienced in post-camp life.

Introduction by Karen Umemoto, Executive Director of the UCLA Asian American Studies Center, and Michael Nishimura, member of Nikkei Progressives.

Part 2 Testifiers: 

Amy Iwasaki Mass

Paul Chikahisa

Bebe Toshiko Reschke

Morry Tolmach

Edward Terao Himeno

Ford Hajime Kuramoto

James T. Fujii

Michiko Machida

Chiyoko Sasaki

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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    88 minutes
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    United States