Untitled Document

Remembering Manzanar: A Documentary

Remembering Manzanar:  A Documentary
Item# 844
$19.95

Remembering Manzanar: A Documentary Produced for the National Park Service

Through the use of rare historic footage and photographs, and personal recollections of a dozen former internees and others, Remembering Manzanar explores the experiences of more than 10,000 Japanese Americans who were incarcerated in a remote desert facility during World War II.

Created for use at the Interpretive Center at Manzanar National Historic Site, Remembering Manzanar gives viewers a sense of the place and its past, and a glimpse into a time when American citizens were exiled because of their ancestry.

Original score by Kazu and Keiko Matsui.

22 minutes


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