Take Me Home: A Child's Experience of Internment (film)
|Title||Take Me Home: A Child's Experience of Internment|
|Director||David Tanner; Andrea Palpant|
|Producer||David Tanner; Andrea Palpant|
|Cinematography||Dan Heigh; Christopher Fyan|
|Editing||David Tanner; Andrea Palpant|
|Studio||North by Northwest Entertainment; Whitworth College|
|Distributor||Center for Asian American Media|
|IMDB||Take Me Home: A Child's Experience of Internment|
Short documentary film that explores the forced removal and incarceration of Japanese Americans from a child's perspective. Produced by North by Northwest Entertainment for Whitworth College, Take Me Home was funded by the Washington Civil Liberties Public Education Program and designed for use in middle schools in the state of Washington. It was made available free of charge to Washington public schools. The Whitworth College School of Education also produced curricular resource materials designed for use with 6th to 8th grade classrooms designed by Brad Beal, Peggy Johnsen and Debbie Tully.
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Take Me Home Curricular Resource Materials.