Heart Mountain: Conscience, Loyalty and the Constitution

July 11, 2013

Through narration, reenactment of court proceedings, and historic photographs, the presentation tells the story of the Heart Mountain draft resisters, 63 Japanese-Americans who were interned at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Wyoming during WWII and refused to report for U.S. military service until their rights as citizens were restored.



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