Civil Liberties

Japanese American Incarceration

In 1942, 120,000 people of Japanese descent were forcibly removed from their home and incarcerated by the U.S. Government.

Two Original stories based on these historical events are available for presentation in Kamishibai storytelling form.

Study guides and a recorded interview with a local survivor are also available.

Ayacko’s Story – 4th grade and up (30 minutes)

Bruce’s Story – Middle School and up (55 minutes)

Jack Kubota – An American Family Story

Creating Japanese Incarceration Stories

Ripples From Walden Pond

A one-man play by Richard Platt

For more information about this engaging and inspiring live performance click here.

If you would like to schedule live presentations of any of our Civil Liberties programs
please contact writeoutloudsd@gmail.com or call 619-297-8953