Documentary | 1992 | 30 mins | DVD | Study Guide Available
Grade Levels: Middle school and up
During WWII, Gordon Hirabayashi, a Japanese American, refused to be interned in U.S. concentration camps on the grounds that Executive Order 9066 violated his Constitutional rights. This acclaimed video takes a personal look at basic protections of the Constitution such as due process of law and individual rights.
This title is also available in the collection: Rediscovering Our Histories: The Japanese American Internment Experience