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On February 19, 1942,  President Franklin Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066, which authorized the incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans in desolate camps throughout the U.S.  Our documentary film tells the poignant stories of three generations of Japanese American, whose families were incarcerated during World War II, and the  long-term impact of the incarceration experience on them as descendants.  Our film reveals the fallout of injustice.  Film Screenings and Panel Discussions are now taking place to examine Executive Order 9066 and Executive Orders today as we strive to preserve our freedom, our democracy and our humanity.


August 26           Sacramento, CA - Crest Theater

September 16     Larkspur, CA -  Larkspur Theater

October 6            Richmond, CA - Rosie the Riveter  Museum             

​Additional screenings throughout the U.S. will be announced soon.  For additional information, send your questions to postonalliance1@gmail.com


A Documentary Film about the Japanese American Incarceration

For the Sake of the Children