The days following the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor were dark days of the American spirit. Unable to strike back effectively against the Japanese Empire, Americans in the Western states lashed out at fellow citizens and resident aliens of Japanese ancestry.
Executive Order 9066, signed by President Roosevelt on February 19, 1942, was the instrument that allowed military commanders to designate areas "from which any or all persons may be excluded." Under this order all Japanese and Americans of Japanese ancestry were removed from Western coastal regions to guarded camps in the interior.
A/PGF was pleased to have as our guest speaker, Tak Yamamoto, who relived his own personal experience during those days when Japanese Americans were imprisoned.
For more information about Japanese-American internment and see photos of the camps, visit: http://manzanarcommittee.org
Wednesday, September 27th - Rainbow Skate Night at 8 PM in Glendale (Information Only)
Saturday, September 30th - Movie/Potluck Night at 6:30 PM featuring Night Flight
NOTE: No Bowling in September - will resume in October
Sunday, October 15th - AIDS WALK Los Angeles (Information Only)
Monday, October 16th - Bowling at Pickwick in Burbank starting at 7 PM - RSVP Required
Tuesday, October 17th at 3:45 PM - TV Show Taping of Superior Donuts - Tickets Required
Saturday, October 21st - Movie/Potluck Night at 6:30 PM
Wednesday, October 25th - Rainbow Skate Night at 8 PM in Glendale (Information Only)
Thursday, October 26th - Theatre Night featuring Yohen at the East West Players at 8 PM