June 18, 2005, San Pedro, CA: Premiere Screening of "Furusato: The Lost Village of Terminal Island"

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Jun 200518
2:00p.m.

Warner Grand Theatre
478 W 6th St, San Pedro
Los Angeles, California, 90731
United States

Furusato: The Lost Village of Terminal Island

In 1941, the Japanese American fishing community of Terminal Island in San Pedro, California lost everything when forced out of their homes and sent to internment camps.

Experience the spirit of the Terminal Islanders as they recall their idyllic childhood days and celebrate the unique blend of Japanese and American cultures, and their strong connection to the village they call Furusato -- Home Sweet Home. Come share the unique story of this California community.

Saturday, June 18, 2005
2:00pm: Opening Remarks
2:30pm: Screening
3:15pm: Shuttle available to Terminal Island Memorial Monument

At the newly restored Warner Grand Theatre at 478 W 6th St, San Pedro, CA 90731

Suggested donation $10, $5 for students/seniors

Reserve tickets at www.terminalisland.org or call (310) 228-6249.

Co-sponsored by: Japanese American National Museum, San Pedro Bay Historical Society, Cinema Grand, Japan America Society of Southern California, California Civil Liberties Public Education Program, Ashay Communications.

 

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