The Color of Honor

Film, Documentaries

Time Out says

After Pearl Harbor, several hundred thousand Japanese-Americans were incarcerated in concentration camps. Later, young men drafted from these same camps played a key role in US military intelligence and in battle, while their families continued to be imprisoned back home and anti-Jap propaganda raged. Through extensive interviews with victims of the internment policy and war veterans, this thorough and compelling film highlights a previously undocumented injustice.


Release details

101 mins

Cast and crew

Loni Ding
Loni Ding

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