The Northern California Time of Remembrance committee (Florin, Lodi, Placer County, and Sacramento JACL chapters) announces exciting and inspiring events that commemorate the signing of Executive Order 9066, which suspended due process and resulted in the unjust incarceration of 120,000 Americans of Japanese ancestry into America’s concentration centers during World War II.
Time of Remembrance 2016
SACRAMENTO — “Untold Story: Internment of Japanese Americans in Hawaii” chronicles the World War II incarceration experience of Japanese Americans in Hawaii. Within hours of Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor over 2,000 men and women of Japanese ancestry were arrested, detained and incarcerated in 17 confinement sites throughout Hawaii.
Why was there no forced removal of those of Japanese ancestry and what were the conditions for the Hawaiian population following and during World War II.
See this moving film and interact with Carole Hayashino, president and executive director, Japanese Cultural Center of Hawaii (JCCH), on Saturday, Feb. 13, from 1 to 3 p.m. and reception from 3 to 5 p.m. at the California Museum, 1020 O Street, Sacramento.
Tickets are $20 per adult and $15 for students, 18-15 and free for students 17 and under, including complimentary refreshments.
Museum admission and free parking for Museum visitors in surface street lot at the corner of 10th and O Streets. Proceeds will benefit all the “Time of Remembrance” activities including the discovery program, providing students with tours of the Museum’s exhibit “Uprooted! Japanese Americans During WWII” led by a formerly incarcerated docent and volunteers.
Tickets for the program will be limited to 225. For more information, contact Nancy Whiteside at (916) 508-6587 or email@example.com or visit: www.nctor.org or call (916) 427-2841.