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2019 - Movie: 'Our Lost Years' - Lane Nishikawa’s Documentary Feature Film on the Internment of the of 120,000 Japanese ..Newly Listed

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Date: Sunday, 23 June, 2019       Time: 2:00 pm
Aratani Japan America Theatre, Little Tokyo-JACCC
244 S. San Pedro Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone: (213) 680-3700
Website: Click to Visit

Filmmaker Lane Nishikawa’s documentary feature film on the internment of the of 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans during World War II, commemorates the 75th anniversary of the signing of Executive Order 9066 in 1942 and the 30th anniversary of H.R. 442, the Civil Liberties Act of 1988.

For two years, Lane traveled to seven cities, interviewing internees, their children and grandchildren, politicians, community leaders, lawyers, and activists.

OUR LOST YEARS takes the audience on a personal, comprehensive, behind-the-scenes journey, exploring the emotional and psychological impact of the evacuation and incarceration, the insurmountable ten-year battle for redress and reparations with its bitter sweet triumph, and the newfound legacy of a battered community becoming a voice of justice for all people.

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Movie
Our Lost Years

Date
Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 2:00 PM

Location
Aratani Theatre, 244 S. San Pedro Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012

Featuring
Norman Y. Mineta, Michael M. Honda, John J. Tateishi, S. Floyd Mori, Jose Keichi Fuentes, Robert P. Ito, Kenneth K. Inouye, Dale Minami, Mitchell T. Maki, Karen Korematsu, Hanif Mohebi, Kanji Sahara, Amanda Susskind, Steve Nakajo, Rosalyn Tonai, Kathy N. Masaoka, Alan Nishio, Jim H. Matsuoka, Mari Matsumoto, Phil Shigekuni, John Esaki, Douglas Urata, Leslie Ito, Marlene Shigekawa, Elizabeth Yamada, Setsuo Iwashita, Ruth Voorhies, Nellie Noguchi, Joe Yasutake, and George Omi.

Pricing
General Admission $15
JACCC Member $12
Students $10
Handling/Service Fee Applicable
All Sales are Final
No Refunds or Exchanges

Sunday, 23 June, 2019

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