SHONENKO reveals the untold stories of Taiwanese child laborers (Shonenko), from 12 to 14-years-old, who manufactured fighter planes in the Japanese naval arsenals during…

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Little Manila

Known as “The City of Gold,” Stockton became a major hub for Filipino immigrants coming to the U.S at the turn of the 20th…

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Two young Japanese Americans set out to find an obscure place called Manzanar in the California desert, in 1969. This was one of ten…

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Out of Poison Tree 2

Out of the Poison Tree

The antidote is truth. On the eve of the long-awaited Khmer Rouge trial, an American survivor of the genocide returns to Cambodia hoping to…

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The Mushroom Club

Academy Award-winning filmmaker Steven Okazaki journeys to Hiroshima, 25 years after his first trip and 60 years after the devastating atomic bomb drop. He…

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Saigon, USA

Since the fall of Saigon in 1975, hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese refugees have nurtured a community known as Little Saigon in Orange County,…

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Resettlement to Redress

RESETTLEMENT TO REDRESS takes a close look at the long and difficult journey Japanese Americans faced as they transitioned from being forcibly removed from…

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With Our Own Eyes

In the summer of 1994, the American Friends Service Committee assembled a delegation of 16 teenagers from the United States and Puerto Rico. Their…

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Wet Sand: Voices from L.A.

Filmmaker Dai Sil Kim-Gibson explores the aftermath of the 1992 LA Civil Unrest in her film WET SAND. Her groundbreaking 1993 documentary SA-I-GU stands…

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