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.