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Conscience and the Constitution

저자: Frank Abe; Lawson Fusao Inada; George Takei; Mako; Independent Television Service.
출판사: Hohokus, NJ : Transit Media, ©2000.
판/형식:   VHS 비디오 : VHS 테이프   시각 자료 : 영어모든 판과 형식 보기
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Americans, organized as the Fair Play Committee, refused to be drafted from the concentration camp at Heart Mountain, Wyoming. Ready to fight, but not before their rights as U.S. citizens were restored and families released. The largest organized resistance to incarceration, leading to the largest trial for draft resistance in U.S. history. Prosecuted as criminals, Japanese American leaders and veterans ostracized  더 읽기…
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모든 저자 / 참여자: Frank Abe; Lawson Fusao Inada; George Takei; Mako; Independent Television Service.
ISBN: 0970541201 : 9780970541208
OCLC 번호: 45748749
언어 메모: Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
크레딧: Editor, Lillian Benson ; director of photography, Phil Sturholm ; music, Alan Koshiyama.
공연자 Narrator, Lawson Fusao Inada ; voices: George Takei, Mako.
상: Awards: BEST FEATURE FILM: VC FilmFest 2000, Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film & Video Festival ; Vermont International Film Festival (War and Peace category) ; BEST DOCUMENTARY: San Luis Obispo International Film Festival ; New York International Independent Film & Video Festival ; BEST MUSIC SCORE: Emerald City Awards, Seattle ; DARUMA CIVIL RIGHTS AWARD: Sacramento Asian American community.
설명: 1 videocassette (57 min.) : sd., col. with b&w portions ; 1/2 in.
세부사항: VHS format.
책임: Resisters.com produced in association with the Independent Television Service ; produced, directed and written by Frank Abe.
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Americans, organized as the Fair Play Committee, refused to be drafted from the concentration camp at Heart Mountain, Wyoming. Ready to fight, but not before their rights as U.S. citizens were restored and families released. The largest organized resistance to incarceration, leading to the largest trial for draft resistance in U.S. history. Prosecuted as criminals, Japanese American leaders and veterans ostracized them as traitors. The resisters served two years in prison, and for the next 50 were written out of the official history of Japanese America.

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