Film looks at resistance to WW2 internment
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Resistance at Tule Lake: Film looks at WW2 internment

More than 120,000 Japanese-Americans were held at internment camps in the US during the 1940s because they were viewed as a security threat.

New documentary, Resistance at Tule Lake, looks at some of the internees’ resistance to incarceration at one California detention camp.

BBC Talking Moves’ Tom Brook reports.

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