Time: December 9, 2017, 2 – 4PM
Location: Building 640, MIS Historic Learning Center, Presidio of San Francisco (640 Old Mason St San Francisco CA 94129)
We mark the 76th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor by the Japanese imperial forces. We present the little known stories of what happened to permanent residents of Japanese descent in Hawaii and on the mainland who were targeted as “enemy aliens” in its wake.
PRIVATE FILM SCREENINGS
The First Battle: Battle for Equality in War-Time Hawaii
The Untold Story: Internment of Japanese Americans in Hawai’i
We will precede the film screenings with oral histories selected from the NJAHS Collections of Japanese Americans who remember the attack on Pearl Harbor sharing their recollections of what happened to them and their families in its aftermath.
FREE ADMISSION TO PROGRAM
Gallery is open, 12 – 5PM on Weekends.
Admission is $10/person. Free to NJAHS members, veterans, children 12 and under.
Admission is waived for those attending public programs.