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Testifiers continue to speak out on the economic loss and psychological impact of Japanese internment during World War II. Recollections of post-camp resettlement also demonstrate the discrimination and prejudice experienced by many Japanese Americans.

Introduction by June Hibino of Nikkei Progressives and NCRR.

Part 3 Testifiers: 

Rei Osaki

Peter K. Ota

John J. Saito

Linda Morimoto

Vernon Yoshioka

Esther Takei Nishio

Frances C. Kitagawa

Mary Fusako Odagiri

Hideko Sasaki

Henry Tamaki

Hiro Uchiyama

Michael Antonovich

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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    99 minutes
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    United States