About This Event
Over 110,000 Japanese Americans were incarcerated in ten camps from 1942 to 1945, in the largest mass imprisonment of citizens in U.S. history. Resistance at Tule Lake tells the long-suppressed story of the “No-No’s” – 12,000 incarcerees who defied the government by refusing to swear unconditional loyalty to the U.S. Although refusal was an act of protest and family survival, the government branded "No-No's" as “disloyals” and forced them to relocate to the newly militarized Tule Lake Segregation Center. This film is being screened in collaboration with the Henry Madden Library’s Japanese Oral History Project.
Sponsor: Henry Madden Library
Discussant: Konrad Aderer (Director)
Mary Husain (Instructor & Club Advisor)
Parking: Parking is not enforced after 4pm on Fridays.
*Peters Education Center Auditorium is located inside the Fresno State Student Recreation Center building