The California State University, Sharing and Celebrating Stories From Nisei Honorary Degree Recipients

The California State University, Sharing and Celebrating Stories From Nisei Honorary Degree Recipients

DVD - 2011
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This video project honors CSU Nisei students who were impacted by Executive Order 9066, which forced Japanese Americans out of schools, homes, jobs and into camps after Japan attacked Pearl Harbour. It is estimated that about 2,500 Japanese American students were forced to leave California colleges and universities, and at least 250 of them were from CSU campuses in Fresno, Pomona, San Diego, San Francisco, San José and San Luis Obispo. Commencement ceremonies were held at six campuses in Spring 2010, awarding the degrees to approximately 125 former CSU students or their families.

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Feb 27, 2017

Very touching documentary. Caution: does not play on all DVD players.

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