Uncover a little-known WWII story at the Klamath County Library
Thursday, January 17th 5:30pm
Downtown Klamath County Library
The downtown Klamath County Library’s latest Documentary and Discussion centers on a little-known aspect of the imprisonment of Japanese-Americans during World War II: Resistance at Tule Lake on Thursday, January 17th at 5:30 pm.
History has often painted Japanese-Americans incarcerated during World War II as having accepted their fates without protest. But an incident at Tule Lake Segregation Center in Modoc and Siskiyou counties in California – where thousands advocated for safer conditions at the camp – proves that there's more to the commonly-accepted narrative.
Resistance at Tule Lake is unrated and runs for 1 hour, 18 minutes.
For more information, please call 541-882-8894. For more about the film and the history behind the documentary, visit www.resistanceattulelake.com.