Without Due Process: A Documentary About America's Concentration Camps (film)


Title Without Due Process: A Documentary About America's Concentration Camps
Date 2001
Genre Documentary
Director Brian Beanblossom
Writer Erin Okamoto Protsman; Theresa Carilli
Runtime 44 minutes
IMDB Without Due Process: A Documentary About America's Concentration Camps

Documentary film that profiles the wartime incarceration saga of one Japanese American family, the Okamotos, who were held at the Poston, Arizona concentration camp. George Okamoto was forcibly removed with his family from Southern California and served in the 442nd Regimental Combat Team while his family was held at Poston. He and his family subsequently resettled in Chicago.

Authored by Brian Niiya

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