Honor, Recognition and RespectDirected by George Wada
- 10 mins
Armed with a 48-star American flag, a Santa Clara judge embarks on a journey to honor the remaining Japanese American survivors of wrongful imprisonment during WWII.
About the Director
George Wada grew up in the Japanese American community of Venice, Calif. and relocated to Vancouver, Wash.. for high school where he was a minority of one and a half. At California State University at Long Beach, he had a choice to major in Radio/TV or engineering. He chose the steady income and continues to work in the Aerospace industry. He lives in the South Bay and is married to a long-suffering wife of over 40 years with three grown sons. He also has three grandchildren that are learning to use the term Y’all in Texas. They are all happy as long as they are not featured in any of his films.
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