A primary goal of the Children of the Camps Documentary and Educational Project is to bring the documentary to various communities and facilitate discussions about the incarceration experience. It is our hope that individuals and families will participate in this intergenerational experience and that through this educational medium we will be able to further our healing process.
Through these workshops, it is our hope that the project will help further the healing process of individuals and families touched by WW II incarceration, and create broader awareness of the ongoing impact of the incarceration experience.
For more information
regarding Community Education Workshops, please contact the Children
of the Camps Documentary and Educational Project at the phone
number or email address below.
Since the experience
of the Japanese Americans serves to illustrate the traumatic
consequences of all forms of oppression, and the group process
depicted in the documentary provides an excellent model for a
culturally relevant approach to addressing the mental health
consequences of racism, the Children of the Camps Documentary
and Educational Project will make available screenings and training
for mental health professionals and educational institutions.
If you or your organization is interested in hosting or sponsoring a Children of the Camps Community Education Workshop, Training Workshop, or Screening, please contact:
Dr. Satsuki Ina
PAST WORKSHOPS HELD