- 1985 ----- color ----- 28 min ----- vhs
On March 30, 1942, Japanese-Americans who lived on Bainbridge Island were packed off to internment camps. They were the first of 100,000 along the West Coast who were interned with scarcely a whisper of protest from their Caucasian friends and neighbors. Two who did protest were Walt and Milly Woodward, publishers of the weekly Bainbridge Review. This is the story of the evacuation of Japanese-Americans from Bainbridge Island, and the Woodwards' lonely fight against it.
- Topics: (American Ethnic Studies: Asian-American, History: American, Pacific Northwest)