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Japanese Americans [videorecording] / executive producer, Andrew Schlessinger.
Bala Cynwyd, PA : Schlessinger Video Productions, c1993.
1 videocassette (30 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Films for the hearing impaired
Emigration and immigration
Schlessinger Video Productions (Firm)
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Multicultural peoples of North America [videorecording] ; 10
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Multicultural peoples of North America ; 10
Celebrates the heritage of Japanese Americans by tracing the history of their emigration to North America, showing the unique traditions they brought with them, and who they are today. Discusses when and why they emigrated, where they settled, which occupations they engaged in and who the important Japanese American leaders are in North America today. Includes an inside look at the life of a family who share their memories and struggles to maintain their cultural identity.
Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired.
One of a 15-part series adapted from the "Peoples of North America" series of books by Chelsea House Publishers.
Producers/directors, Rhonda Fabian, Jerry Baber ; writers, Tamara Tiebel, Steve Saylor ; music, Michael Keck.
Narrator: Hollis Payer.
Ethnic studies video collection
Multicultural peoples of North America, 10 [videorecording]
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