I was aware of the general history regarding the mass internment of American citizens of Japanese ancestry during WWII. But I had no idea that there were people who were willing to take a stand for their principles in that time of uncertainty. All Japanese-Americans were not "quiet Americans". Its an inspiring and eye opening look at history that has renewed meaning in today's political climate.
Its very educational regarding how the JACL acted during the war and afterwards. The way the resisters were treated and in some ways are still treated is not something that this country and the JA community can be proud of. This an excellent look into what really happened and is a must for a complete history of the internment. There is a story beyond what the JACL promoted for years, this is an important part of the rest of that story.
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