Audio / Video

50th year commemoration of Japanese American internment

  • 01:43:04

Description

The chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley, Chang-Lin Tien, and Jessie Jackson expound upon the Japanese-American internment experience and the need to eradicate such prejudices from our society which spawned the enactment of "Executive order 9066". This forum reviews the internment experience, draws upon the lessons learned by the nation and seeks to promote better racial harmony in the present day.

Details

Title

50th year commemoration of Japanese American internment

Creator

Tien, Chang L., 1935-2002.

Jackson, Jesse, 1941-

Creator

University of California, Berkeley. Educational Television Office.

University of California, Berkeley. Asian American Studies.

University of California, Berkeley. Graduate Assembly.

Moffitt Library. Media Resources Center.

Published

1992.

Subject (Topic)

Japanese Americans

World War, 1939-1945

Concentration camps

Repository

Media Resources Center, Moffitt Library (University of California, Berkeley),

Note

Streaming video (103 min.)

This event is organized by the Graduate Assembly in conjunction with the Asian American Studies program, University of California, Berkeley.

This event took place on February 18, 1992, at Pauley Ballroom, University of California, Berkeley.

Reproduction Note

Electronic reproduction:

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2573.mp4 01:43:04