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"Injustice At Home: Looking Like the Enemy" Japanese Internment KSPS Documentary Screening

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    During WWII, almost the entire population of Japanese Americans on the West Coast were forcibly removed from their homes by the US government and incarcerated. Their only crime was looking like the enemy. Of the 120,000 imprisoned, two-thirds were American citizens; most were women and children. It has been called “our worst wartime mistake.”

    KSPS Public Television invites you to a preview screening of the new KSPS-produced documentary, Injustice at Home: Looking Like the Enemy.

    Featuring the inspiring stories of people in our community, the hour-long documentary focuses on Japanese Americans during WWII, both inside and outside the evacuation zone; chronicling their struggles, experiences, and perseverance through discrimination, racism and injustice.

    Join us to for a preview screening the program on

    Tuesday, February 19th 2019
    Museum of Arts and Culture (MAC)
    2316 W 1st Ave

    4:30 pm - Socializing/Light Appetizers
    5:15 pm - Program begins
    5:30 pm - Screening Injustice At Home
    6:30 pm - Q&A

    And tune in for the broadcast premiere Tuesday, February 19th 7:00pm on KSPS Public Television

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