Author: <span>Catherine Busch</span>

2: THE INCARCERATION OF JAPANESE AMERICANS

2: THE INCARCERATION OF JAPANESE AMERICANS

This program looks at what the process of the incarceration entailed for Japanese American families, living in the “Exclusion Area” of the West Coast of the United States. The United States Government sent these families east from the Assembly Centers in Washington, Oregon, and California to ten permanent incarceration camps […]

5: PEOPLE WHO HELPED

5: PEOPLE WHO HELPED

Viewers are introduced to Americans of all ages, races, ethnic backgrounds, and religious affiliations who responded to the needs of their Japanese-American neighbors who were treated so unjustly and illegally by the US government. Humanitarian outreach from both large organizations and individuals included: living and teaching in incarceration camps, loaning […]

BIBLIOGRAPHY

BIBLIOGRAPHY

BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR “WE THE PEOPLE” VIDEO SERIES In addition to the following bibliography there are numerous excellent videos on the Incarceration, not only regarding subjects and persons identified in the video series, but other important areas as well i,e. the Fred Korematsu case, the involuntary importation of Peruvian Japanese, propaganda […]