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Education Level
Higher Education

An experienced civil rights lawyer teams up with a group of young Japanese American attorneys to use a little known legal writ to overturn the convictions of men unjustly sentenced for resisting the Japanese-American internment. While the government uses every tactic to make the case go away, the lawyers and their defendant, Fred Korematsu, insist on nothing short of justice.

L.A. Theatre Works is proud to release one of two new recordings sponsored by the California Civil Liberties Public Education Program, a state-funded grant project of the California State Library.

Will include a virtual video table read with the cast, and a Zoom conversation with some of the actual lawyers and advocates who inspired the play.

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