When President Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066 forcing over 110,000 Japanese Americans to be relocated to internment camps, 3 men protested and refused to go. They were imprisoned as a result. This is the story of their fight to overturn their convictions, restore their honor and bring to light the injustice of interning American citizens based solely on race.
Part of the CA-Reads-Searching for Democracy. Discussion follows the film.