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Then They Came For Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans during World War II and the Demise of Civil Liberties

Wednesday, May 01, 10:00 AM - 06:00 PM At Futures Without Violence Offered by:

Presidio Trust

Free and open to all.
​January 18 to May 27, 2019
Wednesday to Sunday, and Memorial Day
10 am – 6 pm
Futures without Violence HQ, ​100 Montgomery Street, in the Presidio (view map​)
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Then They Came for Me: Incarceration of Japanese Americans during WWII and the Demise of Civil Liberties tells the story of the forced removal of 120,000 Japanese American citizens and legal residents from their homes on the West Coast during World War II without due process.

This multimedia exhibition features imagery by noted American photographers Dorothea Lange and Ansel Adams, alongside works by incarcerated Japanese American artists Toyo Miyatake and Miné Okubo.

It is presented by Futures Without Violence  and the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation in partnership with the National Japanese American Historical Society and J-Sei.


Also in the Presidio

To learn more about this period in our history, you can also visit another special exhibition at the Presidio Officers' Club:

EXCLUSION: The Presidio's Role in World War II Japanese American Incarceration

Exclusion Exhibition

Tuesdays to Sundays, 10 am to 5 pm​
Presidio Officers' Club, 50 Moraga Avenue​​ (view map)​

Presented By:
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