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Directed by Maya Konz, Kajsa Woolford, Nolan Baker, Bailey Wall

Seattle 2016 18 mins.

Personal reflections on the Japanese concentration camps of WWII. 

From filmmakers Maya Konz, Kajsa Woolford, Nolan Baker, and Bailey Wall: While researching WW2, I found stories about Japanese Americans living behind barbed wire in America. When questioning the school’s curriculum about this lack of education, I was told to teach myself. I found that over the years the exclusion hasn’t really been taught in schools, so I decided to educate people through my film.

This project was produced at Ballard High School in Seattle, WA.