WHO/WHAT: The Honolulu Chapter of the Japanese American Citizens League presents a showing of “Removed by Force: The Eviction of Hawai‘i’s Japanese During WWII” in partnership with the Hawai‘i International Film Festival. The one-hour documentary showcases the relatively unknown cases of 1,500 Americans of Japanese Ancestry in Hawai‘i who were forcibly removed from their homes, separate from the 2,000 Japanese Americans incarcerated at the Sand Island and Honouliuli incarceration camps on O‘ahu. The film also focuses on the Honolulu JACL and National Asian Pacific American Bar Association’s efforts in seeking redress from the U.S. Department of Justice. For more information about JACL please visit jaclhonolulu.org.
WHEN/WHERE: Saturday, Oct. 14, 10 a.m., Consolidated Kahala, 4211 Wai‘alae Ave.
TICKETS: $12 student/child, seniors and military; $14 general admission; $15 day of show admission (tickets on sale 12 hours prior to screening). Tickets can be purchased at hiff.org/events/removedbyforcetheevictionofhawaiisjapaneseamerican.